Jorginho’s Arsenal future will be sorted next year his agent has confirmed

Jorginho has only spent a season at Arsenal after joining the club in January, but his future is already the subject of speculation.

The Brazilian-Italian was signed by Mikel Arteta after he failed to land Moises Caicedo and he has been an alternative to Thomas Partey so far.

In the absence of Partey, who has been plagued by injury in the first few months of this season, Jorginho has stepped up well.

He has been a mainstay in the side in the last few weeks and his consistent performances earned him a return to the Italian national team.

His current deal does not expire until the end of this term, with Arsenal holding an option to extend it for a further year.

As he shines for the Gunners, his agent is being questioned about his future and Joao Santos responded, as quoted by Tuttomercatoweb:

“Everything is at a standstill. We’ll think about it after February. However, the priority remains Arsenal.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

Jorginho has been very useful to us in the last few weeks, but that does not mean he should remain on our books if we can replace him with a younger player.

However, we cannot lose him and Thomas Partey in the same summer. Otherwise, we will be in big trouble.

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  1. “As he SHINES for the Gunners”. Isnt it amazing how two people who both support the same club can be so very FAR apart in our opoinions!
    Far from “SHINING,” I say he is slowing up very steadily, is nowhere near good enough for the level we need and is nowhere near as effective as some on here seem to think and to hype too.

    For “shining” I would use ” ineffectiveness”!

      1. A really thoughtful offer PAT.

        But if you wish to formally engage me and expect me to give my time correcting ALL the many JA mistakes, THEN YOU WILL NEED TO NEGOTIATE MY EXPENSIVE FEE FIRST.

        I will be generous and gladly continue correcting the same amount of grammar errors as I do already and for no pay.

        But further work will involve my professional time as a grammar corrector.
        BTW, I did not criticise MARTIN’S grammar in his above piece, but merely took a very different opinion from his own.

        I suggest, politely naturally, that you read my above post again and then you will realise we simply differed in opinion and not, this time, about Martin’s grammar.

  2. His legs are long gone as he goes over the hill, should be allowed to complete his contract which takes us into the summer.

    Has served us well but will fall short going into the final of five phases set out by the gaffer.

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