The Bianconeri are reportedly keen to appoint the Blues coach, but the midfielder would be disappointed to see him leave

Jorginho feels it would be “sad” were Maurizio Sarri to leave Chelsea after just a single season in charge and warns the Napoli fan base could feel “betrayed” if he moves to Juventus.

Sarri led the Blues to a third-place finish in the Premier League and his side thumped Arsenal 4-1 in the Europa League final this season.

Chelsea also reached the final of the Carabao Cup, losing to Manchester City on penalties, but the club’s fans regularly aired their disapproval over the Italian’s tactics.

Jorginho followed Sarri to Stamford Bridge from Napoli last year but the midfielder could be about to see his boss return to Italy after just one season in London, with the Serie A champions said to be ready to appoint him as Massimiliano Allegri’s successor in Turin.

Italy international Jorginho, though, hopes Sarri remains in charge of Chelsea for the 2019-20 campaign.

“It would be sad because I think [Sarri] did a good job,” Jorginho told a news conference.

“We finished third in the Premier League, we won the Europa League and we reached the EFL Cup final despite all the critics.

“It was a good first season in Chelsea. It would be sad for everyone.