Chelsea ace misses his former home, hopes to return to Serie A

Hope Soto
September 7, 2018

Eusebio Di Francesco who has so far only overseen one win in three Serie A fixtures is facing a tricky run of fixtures after the worldwide break, including a Champions League group opener against European champions Real Madrid as well as a Rome Derby against arch-rivals Lazio.

Despite easing into English football impressively, though, Jorginho admitted that he will always love Napoli and that the region will always be a special place to him.

"The difference is twice as big and of course, the feeling is very different", Courtois told Het Belang van Limburg.

"I hope it's a lesson for us to fight this year and compete for the Premier League and qualify for the Champions League".

Courtois has responded with another jibe, sneering: "I am now experiencing on a daily basis that [Sergio] Ramos is the best centre back in the world".

"This is awesome for any player, never mind one who is new to the team and the league". I know the language, know the coach and the stadium. The Premier League is handsome.

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Naples is a handsome place. I miss the sun, the food, my friends and the warmth of the people.

This comes after European football governing body, UEFA published squad lists for all the teams participating in this season's Europa League.

"Then Chelsea asked what the situation was after Sarri arrived and Jorginho went to London".

Key to whether they can maintain their early momentum will be the form of Eden Hazard, who was linked with a move to Real Madrid over the summer after saying that "it might be time to discover something different" following six years at Stamford Bridge.

Speaking at a press conference in Converciano, Jorginho said: "My transfer to Chelsea was the choice made by both sides. Sarri was important to me, he has his habits and is working to change things, but he's doing well and the results speak for that".

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