Do you think Gilmour is ready to replace Jorginho?

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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has shown that Jorginho is central to his pattern of play, as the Italy international has been a key player for Chelsea under Lampard.

The 28-year-old has even become so influential in the Chelsea dressing room that he has been made the vice-captain of the Chelsea team.

The news surrounding Jorginho is Maurizio Sarri’s obsession to take him along to every club he goes, and the now Juventus boss wants the Chelsea midfielder at Juventus, with a likely swap deal that will also include former Blues target Miralem Pjanic.

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In previous times, Juan Mata and then Cesc Fabregas were the players responsible for dictating the team’s game play, until Maurizio Sarri brought in Jorginho from Napoli in the summer of 2018 for a fee reported to be around £57m.

Sarri now wants Jorginho at Juventus, and we won’t be surprised if Chelsea decide to sell the Italian international as we saw with a Nemanja Matic £40m move to Manchester United.

Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour has been hailed as a top player already after his man of the match displays against Liverpool and Everton, where he bossed the midfield.

However, do you believe that the young 18-year-old midfielder is ready to take on the pressure of being number one in that position if Chelsea decide to let go of Jorginho?

Tell us your arguments, for or against this, in the comments section.

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2 Comments on "Do you think Gilmour is ready to replace Jorginho?"

  1. Ndeshitila Pius | May 28, 2020 at 10:24 pm |

    Yes,he just need more time to play

  2. Yes, but we need both

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