Maurizio Sarri is looking to bring Jorginho to Italy with Juventus as the Italian boss aims to reunite with the midfielder, reports The Daily Star.
Jorginho has been a key man for the Blues following his arrival from Napoli in the same summer as Sarri and the Old Lady boss is looking to manage the 28-year-old for the third time.
However, Chelsea may be unwilling to part ways with Jorginho, who has started 20 of their 25 Premier League matches this season, netting four times in the process.
The Italy international is believed to be open to the idea of leaving England for a return to Serie A football and, in particular, working under Sarri again.
Jorginho still has three years left to run on his current deal at Stamford Bridge, so it would take a big money offer to convince Chelsea to part with the passing machine.
Indeed, Jorginho's 1611 passes is among the top 10 players in the Premier League this season and he is considered a key man in Frank Lampard's Chelsea midfield.
Chelsea don't play in the Premier League again until next Monday, where they take on Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.