- Jorginho who grew up on the streets of Brazil has narrated how he learnt football from his mother
- The Chelsea midfielder explained that his beloved mum still plays football and she understands the game
- Jorginho who was developed at Napoli stated that his mum would take him to the beach at a tender age
Chelsea playmaker Jorginho has narrated how his beloved and skillful mother taught him how to play football, SunSport reports.
The midfielder began playing football on the sandy beaches and blue waters of Imbituba in southern Brazil where many visit as tourist attraction.
Even though he was developed at Italian side Napoli, Jorgino who became Maurizio Sarri’s first signing at Chelsea in 2018 stated that his mother moulded him.
He said his mother is still playing active football and still understands everything about the round leathered game. Jorginho said in 2013:
“My mother played football so I learned a lot from her.
“She still plays today and understands a lot. She would take me to the beach with a ball and I would spend the whole afternoon doing technical work in the sand.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has admitted that Christian Pulisic has been unfairly treated by him, as the American winger is set to quit the Stamford Bridge club.
Pulisic is already considering his exit at the club if he does not get game time as he is yet to start a Premier League game under new manager Tuchel his former Borussia Dortmund boss.
He was introduced in the closing stages of their Premier League easy 2-0 win over bitter rivals Everton and came off the bench six other times.
His only start came in the Blues’ 1-0 FA Cup win against Barnsley a month ago — and he was subbed off in that encounter.
Blues boss Tuchel has stated that the player could be suffering due to their past relationship.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Premier League club Chelsea have joined the race to sign Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot who is also being trailed by Spanish giants Barcelona.
The sensational player has featured for the Old Lady 41 times in all competitions this season but his contract lapses at the end of the season.
It was gathered that he would now be available for around £17million in the summer transfer window.