Jorginho Family, Net Worth, Professional Career, Wife, Salary

Jorginho Net Worth
Jorginho Net Worth

Jorge Luiz Frello Filho Cavaliere OMRI, known as Jorginho, is a professional footballer know all about Jorginho Family, Net Worth, Professional Career, Wife, Salary

Name Jorginho
Birthdate ( Age) 20 December 1991
Place of Birth Imbituba, State of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Nationality Braziln
Marital Status  Marrie
Wife/Partner Natalia Leteri (m. 2017–2019)
Children yes
Parents Maria Tereza Freitas
Profession Footballer
Net Worth $12 million
Last Update 2022

Jorginho is an Italian-Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Chelsea and the Italy national team. 

At international level, he has represented Italy, making his senior debut in 2016, while his competitive debut came the following year. He was part of the Italy squad which won UEFA Euro 2020.

Jorginho Family

Jorginho Family
Jorginho Family

Jorginho was born in Imbituba in the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina but moved to Italy at the age of 15.He is of Italian descent through his paternal great-grandfather Giacomo Frello who is from Lusiana, Veneto, and thus earned Italian citizenship as a result.

He has credited his mother with encouraging his love of football.After discovering that he was being financially exploited by his agent while playing for the Verona youth team, Jorginho almost quit the game and wanted to move back to Brazil, but credits an emotional phone call with his mother for inspiring him to persist and continue playing.

Jorginho Wife

Jorginho Wife
Jorginho Wife

Jorginho is married and he  had all three kids with Natalia Leteri, who he married in 2017. However, the couple split up two years later. It is not known if he is currently dating anyone.

Jorginho Net Worth

Jorge Luiz Frello Filho Cavaliere OMRI, known as Jorginho, is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier Leaguewho has an estimated Net Worth of between $12 million in 2022.

Jorginho Salary

6 lakhs EUR

Jorginho Professional Career

Jorginho was a youth player of Hellas Verona. In June 2010, Jorginho was loaned out to Serie C2 side, Sambonifacese, where he played his first full senior season for the Veneto club – appearing 31 times and scoring one goal whilst providing ten assists from his central midfield position.He made his Verona debut on 4 September 2011, in a match against Sassuolo as a substitute in the 76th minute.

On 18 January 2014, he joined Napoli in a co-ownership deal with Verona for four and a half years.On 12 February, he scored the last goal as Napoli overturned a 3–2 first-leg deficit to beat Roma and reach the 2014 Coppa Italia Final.In the final, on 3 May, Jorginho played the full 90 minutes as Napoli defeated Fiorentina 3–1.

In the 2014 Supercoppa Italiana in Doha on 22 December 2014, Jorginho entered the game against Juventus in the second half of extra time in place of Jonathan de Guzmán. He took Napoli’s first spot-kick in the penalty shootout, and although Gianluigi Buffon saved it, Napoli were eventually victorious.

While initially struggling to get into manager Rafael Benítez’s lineup, Jorginho’s fortunes changed with the appointment of Maurizio Sarri who was key to his development, deploying him in a deep-lying midfield role from which he could dictate play with his passing. In 2017–18, Jorginho had a breakthrough season with Napoli and was integral to their Serie A title challenge.

On 14 July 2018, Jorginho signed for English team Chelsea on a five-year contract on the same day as Sarri was hired at the club. He joined for a transfer fee of £50m with £7m in potential add-ons, and was assigned the number 5 shirt.He scored his first league goal of the season, also from the penalty spot, in a 2–0 home win over Brighton & Hove Albion on 28 September.On 5 November, he scored twice from the penalty spot as Chelsea came from behind to earn a 4–4 home draw against Ajax in the Champions League.

Jorginho scored Chelsea’s first goal of the season from the penalty spot in an eventual 3–1 league win against Brighton & Hove Albion on 14 September at Falmer Stadium.On 20 September, Jorginho missed his first penalty for Chelsea in the same match in which he made his 100th appearance for the club; the game ended 2–0 to Liverpool.On 3 October, he scored two penalties as Chelsea ran out 4–0 winners at home to Crystal Palace.He also led the team in goals in the Premier League, all coming from penalties.On 29 May 2021, Jorginho won his first-ever Champions League with Chelsea, beating Manchester City 1–0 in the final.

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