Jorginho linked with Arsenal exit

Jorginho could leave Arsenal this summer despite only arriving at the club in January, amid interest in the midfielder from Fenerbahce.

The Italy international signed for Arsenal from Chelsea in a £12m deal during the winter window as Mikel Arteta sought to add depth to his midfield and boost the Gunners title challenge.


Jorginho made nine Premier League starts following his cross-capital switch, but faces increased competition for a place in the side this season after the £105m arrival of Declan Rice from West Ham.

The Times are reporting that Fenerbahce are interested in a deal to sign the 31-year-old, who has just a year to run on his contract at the Emirates.

Arsenal have spent upwards of £200m on new signings this summer and are closing in on the arrival of Brentford goalkeeper David Raya.

The north Londoners are expected to make sales in a bid to meet the Premier League’s profit and financial sustainability rules and Jorginho could be allowed to leave should a suitable offer arrive.

Granit Xhaka and Auston Trusty have already been sold for fees this summer, while the Gunners have received significant interest in forward Folarin Balogun, following his impressive loan spell at Reims last season.

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