Jorginho has received the full backing from Squawka Football to win the Ballon D'or as his next major individual award in his football career over Lionel Messi. In a post Squawka Football made on Twitter, they explained Jorginho is the first Chelsea footballer to win this prestigious award since its inception. Going ahead, they stated emphatically that up next is the Ballon D'or. They wrote "Up next, the Ballon d'Or.😉".
Kante is also a contender but Squawka Football believes Jorginho will be the best competitor to beat Messi to the Ballon D'or after winning the UEFA best player award.
Jorginho, Chelsea midfielder was announced today as the UEFA men's player of the year. The midfielder has won the two great European trophies of the year, being key both with the London team and with the Italian team that won the European Championship.
Their contributions were essential for the award in this case to be won ahead of none other than Kevin de Bruyne and his partner N'Golo Kanté in this case. The biggest individual award of his sports career to date.
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