Chelsea midfielder Joriginho is more likely to stay at the club than move this summer, according to his agent.
Reports in Italian media have linked Jorginho with a move to Juventus in the past few months.
But Santo told TuttoJuve the following about a possible Jorginho transfer: "I learn of these constant rumours only from the newspapers, because nobody from Juventus contacted me.
"Sarri appreciates him very much as a person and as a player, they worked very well together but there's nothing else.
"The boy thinks only of Chelsea, he's started training again and is preparing for the start of the Premier League.
"Besides that, in my opinion, it's difficult for the Bianconeri to buy him today."
When asked why a transfer would be tough, Santos added: Because what we'll experience will not be a normal market, it will be economically affected by the pandemic.
"And then Jorginho has a contract with Chelsea until 2023, he's the vice-captain and is considered a very important player for the team.
"I'm not referring only to Juventus, but to all the biggest clubs in Europe.
"It'll be difficult to shell out those figures for a single player. We will see a different transfer market this year.
"Then we'll consider together what to do. This would not be a problem."