The 31-year-old joined Arsenal in January from rivals Chelsea, bringing a premature end to what was his fifth season at Stamford Bridge, and added experience and depth to the Gunners midfield for the Premier League run-in.
However, Jorginho has had to settle for three appearances at the start of this season, with the summer arrivals of Declan Rice and Kai Havertz resulting in him seemingly falling down the pecking order in north London.
The Italian has been linked with a move to Fenerbahce, with the Turkish transfer window remaining open beyond the Premier League deadline, though Jorginho’s agent Joao Santos dismissed those rumours.
Santos though did suggest a move to a Serie A club would be more appealing to Jorginho, who spent four years at Napoli before he signed for Chelsea.
“Italy is always in our hearts, never say never,” Santos said via Tutto Napoli.
“If there is an Italian team that needs Jorge and his characteristics, we will see what will happen.”
On what the midfielder can bring to a club, Santos added: “Jorginho’s characteristic is unique and needed by all teams in the world. When the coach needs that characteristic he will call Jorge.”