midfielder Jorginho is set to remain at Stamford Bridge for 'four more years', with the pass master impressing fans under new boss Frank Lampard.
The Italian was signed by former manager Maurizio Sarri last summer after the pair enjoyed a successful spell together at Napoli.
However, the 27-year-old's first season in west London failed to take off. Jorginho often symbolised what fans called 'Sarri-ball', a style of play that did not win over Chelsea fans.
Since Frank Lampard's appointment as Blues manager, the Brazil-born midfielder has had a promising start to the season. His agent, Joao Santos, told Radio Kiss Kiss that he sees his player staying at Stamford Bridge for the foreseeable future.
'No, nothing of the sort happened,' said Santos of suggestions Jorginho would follow Sarri to Juventus.
'We have mid-to-long-term project with Chelsea, similar to when he joined Hellas Verona and then Napoli. There are five years left on his contract and let's say he'd like to stay for at least another four years.'
Chelsea have won just one of their five games under Lampard so far but Jorginho's form has impressed enough to remain a key part of the side having started in all the fixtures.
He will be hoping to feature once more when Chelsea visit Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday following the international break