Chelsea could heed to Roberto Carlos’ advice of raising a statue for talented midfielder
The Blues have been advised to make a statue at Stamford Bridge for Italian Midfielder who just won the Euro2020 trophy.
According to Roberto Carlos, Jorginho’s effort in the current team is good enough to earn him a statue.
Jorginho just right after lifting the UEFA Champions League with Chelsea went on to help his country side win the Euro competition.
An achievement that has had him been picked as possible Ballon d’Or winner by many professionals and fans.
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Further more speaking on his importance in the team, former Brazilian defender, Roberto Carlos applauded the Italian as he admitted the midfielder would have been a boost for the Brazilians if he had chosen to represent the South Americans.
“Jorginho was decisive (for Italy), he would also have been useful for Brazil,” Carlos said.
“After the European Championship and the Champions League, Chelsea should make him a statue,” he added.
The only status at Stamford Bridge remains Peter Osgood’s after he tragically passed away in 2010 as his ashes was also laid in the pitch.
Osgood remains the only player to score 30 games in 20 Chelsea games for the reserve team and also managed to net 8 goals in 1 tie.