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Sunday July 22 2018
PSG insist for Alex Sandro

Paris Saint-Germain continue to push for Alex Sandro, reports say, but time is running out to convince Juventus to sell.

The Brazilian full-back was heavily linked with Chelsea last summer, but ultimately decided to stay in Turin.

It appears he has doubts over his future though, as he’s still to sign a contract extension with the Bianconeri.

The website calciomercato.com believes PSG want to bring him to Ligue 1, and while Juve don’t want to sell they’ve set the price at €50m.

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Wednesday July 18 2018
Darmian agent: 'Progress with Juve'

Matteo Darmian’s agent said they are “progressing very well” in talks with Juventus for the Manchester United full-back.

Representative Tullio Tinti met with Bianconeri sporting director Fabio Paratici at Palazzo Parigi in Milan today, their second meeting in the space of a week.

Tinti was filmed leaving the encounter this afternoon and asked how things were going for Darmian.

“Progressing very well,” was his reply.

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Tuesday July 17 2018
Alex Sandro out, Darmian in?

Alex Sandro is open to joining Paris Saint-Germain, it’s reported, and if Juventus sell for €50m, they’ll go for Matteo Darmian.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Brazilian left-back has given the all-clear for a move to Paris, agreeing a five-year contract worth €5m per season.

The asking price is €50m and so far the offer on the table is believed to be €45m including bonuses, but they could whittle their way towards a deal.

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Monday July 16 2018
Alex Sandro’s PSG deal revealed?

Alex Sandro will reportedly almost double his salary at Paris Saint-Germain, but there remains a €10m difference in valuation with Juventus.

Calciomercato.com cites reports in the French media, which claim Alex Sandro has agreed a four-year contract with PSG worth €4.5m a season – €1.7m more than what he currently earns at Juve.

Tuttosport has since followed up that the Parisians will present an opening offer of €40m to Juve in the next few days.

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Saturday July 14 2018
Alex Sandro out, Marcelo in?

Reports continue to insist Alex Sandro is ready for a transfer to Paris Saint-Germain, which would open the door for Marcelo to Juventus.

Paris United maintain the left-back has already agreed personal terms and the two clubs can start to discuss a potential transfer.

Alex Sandro has also been linked with Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City.

If the Brazilian were to leave Turin, his replacement would likely be fellow countryman Marcelo.

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Thursday July 12 2018
Juve keep track of Marcelo

Juventus are giving genuine thought to a bid for Real Madrid and Brazil full-back Marcelo, assure Sportitalia.

The Bianconeri already shook up the summer by signing Cristiano Ronaldo for €112m and could reunite him with another Merengues player in Turin.

There have been reports about the Marcelo approach before, but Sportitalia insist there will be more proposals in future.

However, it would depend on Alex Sandro leaving and he has offers from Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Chelsea.

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Thursday July 12 2018
Could Pogba return to Juventus?

There are surprising reports that a clause would allow Juventus to bring Paul Pogba back from Manchester United for €60m, perhaps in an exchange for Alex Sandro.

According to Juventusnews24.com, there was an agreement in the historic €105m transfer that saw Pogba move to Old Trafford in the summer of 2016.

It would give the Bianconeri the option of bringing him back to Turin for just €60m.

This figure could even become a straight swap if Manchester United were to come back in for left-back Alex Sandro.

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Wednesday July 11 2018
PSG rejected for Alex Sandro

Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly offered €40m for Alex Sandro, but it was immediately rejected by Juventus.

The Brazilian full-back has been heavily linked with the French side, as well as Chelsea and Manchester United.

While the Bianconeri would like to tie him to a new contract, there have so far been no significant advances in negotiations.

Now Tuttomercatoweb is reporting that PSG have made an offer of €40m, but Juve didn’t consider that to be close to Alex Sandro’s valuation and rejected it out of hand.

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Tuesday July 10 2018
Juve ask Madrid for Marcelo too?

After signing Cristiano Ronaldo, it’s reported Juventus could target his Real Madrid teammate Marcelo if Alex Sandro leaves.

The €100m buy, plus €12m in formation payments to his former clubs, is the biggest ever purchase from a Serie A club, breaking the €94m record set by Juve for Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain in 2016.

According to Mediaset Premium, the bond between Juventus and Real Madrid isn’t done with yet.

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Sunday June 24 2018
Alex Sandro to cost €60m

Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United have been told Juventus want €60m to part with Alex Sandro.

According to Mediaset Premium, the price-tag for the Brazilian left-back, who can also play in more advanced roles, is €60m with bonuses.

This appears to have frightened off Manchester United, who have already turned to other targets.

PSG are still very much in the running, but must wait until after June 30 due to Financial Fair Play considerations.

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