- Italy international Jorginho is excited about the high tempo of the English Premier League
- He joined the Blues from Napoli in a £57M deal after shunning Man City's interest earlier this summer
- The midfield ace scored on his debut for the Blues against Huddersfield on opening day encounter
Chelsea summer signing Jorginho is already enjoying life at the Stamford Bridge following his impressive performances for the London club in their first four Premier League matches.
The 26-year-old joined the Blues from Italian League side, Napoli in a five year deal worth £57 million this summer.
He opened his goal account for the west London side through the spot kick in their EPL opening encounter against Huddersfield Town on Saturday, August.
The FA Cup champions are one of the three clubs yet to drop a point in the league campaign having won all four previous matches.
Jorginho arrival at the Bridge has improved the midfield of Maurizio Sarri's side with N’Golo Kante and Mateo Kovacic completing the trio in the heart of the pitch.
He was close to joining defending champions Manchester City before Sarri commandeered him for the Blues.
And Jorginho is more than happy with how life in wets London has begun under his former manager at Napoli in Sarri.
“The Premier League is really nice, it's wonderful,” Jorginho said.
“It is also quite difficult to explain certain things. You need to experience them personally to take it all in.
“I enjoy the high tempo of the matches and the fact that all the players get involved 100 per cent in the games.
“There is a big difference to Serie A, in terms of rhythm, physicality. Everybody knows this, of course, but I am enjoying it a lot.
“To understand the difference with the infrastructure in England you have to experience it. At Cobham, we have 38 pitches. Enough said."
Jorginho is currently away on international duty with Italy and he's expected back into Chelsea’s starting XI after the break. The Blues host Cardiff on September 15 before going to West Ham the following week.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea new signing Jorginho continued his impressive start for the Blues in his third Premier League appearance for the club against Newcastle United.
The midfielder set an incredible record for Chelsea during the match even as the West London dwellers battled hard to claim a precious 2-1 victory over Rafa Benitez men.
He completed 27 more passes than the whole Newcastle side could manage and edged closer to setting a new record for the most passes completed in a single Premier League game.
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