Jorginho is attracting interest from a number of clubs but will remain a Chelsea player next season unless "a serious offer" is tabled, according to his agent.
The 29-year-old has spent the past three seasons at Stamford Bridge and has another two years to run on his existing contract with the European champions.
Former Napoli midfielder Jorginho finished the 2020-21 campaign as Chelsea's leading Premier League scorer with seven goals, albeit each of those came from the penalty spot.
He carried that form into Euro 2020, playing every game for Italy in their successful campaign that ended with a penalty shoot-out win over England in Sunday's final at Wembley.
Jorginho has regularly been linked with a return to Italy, while Barcelona were also recently credited with an interest, but representative Joao Santos expects him to stay.
"He has a two-year contract," Santos told Calciomercato. "It's all in the hands of Chelsea.
"There's the Club World Cup next season and the European Super Cup. For a footballer, these are important targets.
"But the transfer market is always the transfer market and if a major club comes forward with a serious offer to Chelsea, then we will evaluate.
"At the moment, Jorginho will play at Chelsea next season."
Asked about the rumoured interest from Juventus, who recently reappointed Massimiliano Allegri, Santos said: "I can confirm it, these interests have arrived.
"Of course, at 29, he can do very well in all the top European clubs, and many are interested in him.
"However, I want to close by saying that I'm happy all Italians can breathe the air of champions today."
Jorginho missed from the spot in Italy's shoot-out win against England, but he otherwise enjoyed an impeccable tournament for the Azzurri.
The Brazilian-born player led the way in terms of interceptions at Euro 2020 with 25, substantially more than Chelsea team-mate N'Golo Kante (14), who was next best.
Meanwhile, Jorginho's 484 successful passes were bettered only by Spain's Aymeric Laporte (644), leading to seven chances being created for his team-mates. Only Azzurri team-mate Lorenzo Insigne (40) was involved in more shot-ending sequences than his 38.
"Jorginho is an example of true integration into the Italy side," Santos added. "Blood is not involved, he sees Italy as his homeland.
"In Italy he sees immeasurable feelings. He feels Italian even though he was born in Brazil; everyone should learn from such a strong feeling."