And fresh from a takeover that will ease their financial problems, Roma are set to launch their new project.
Roma’s chief executive Guido Fienga has flown to London meet with Ryan Friedkin, the son of new owner Dan Friedkin.
The two will discuss the summer market with Jorginho’s name expected to be one of the names talked about.
Jorginho is a player that everyone likes within the corridors of power at Roma, including head coach Paulo Fonseca.
Diawara out, Jorginho in?
Amadou Diawara will need to leave the capital club before any move for Jorginho can be made, but he is not short of interest.
Speaking of Napoli, they are interested in Roma midfielder Jordan Veretout, which could be another opening for Jorginho to arrive.
Jorginho has lost prominence at Chelsea since Maurizio Sarri was replaced by Frank Lampard.
He did start in Chelsea’s last six games of the season, including their FA Cup final against Arsenal, but is reportedly available for transfer.