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The Spaniard's lack of game time at Stamford Bridge has seen him fall down thepecking order for the national team and he's been told to find somewhere to play more minutes.
As such, Kepa is now open to a loan move and is even willingto accept areduction in his£150,000-per-week salary.
Chelsea midfielder Jorginho could join Maurizio Sarri at the manager's next club, claims the Italian's agent.
"Jorginho has a personal and professional bond with the coach that is very strong. We’re waiting to see where Sarri goes, and if it’s a big club in Italy, Jorginho could follow him," Joao Santos told CalcioMercato.
Sarri was sacked by Juventus earlier this year after one season in charge, following one season at Chelsea.
The Catalans were only willing to offer a two-year extension, however, withSuarez ultimately sold to Atletico Madrid.
The Argentine star could leave Camp Nou in a matter of months
Barcelona are desperate for cash and could accept an offer as low as£50 million (€56m/$66m).
City, meanwhile, view signing Messi as a key way to convince Pep Guardiola to re-sign, with contract talks currently stalling.
The 23-year-old left-backis valued at around£3.5 million and has previously played in the Bundesliga.