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Friday July 14 2017
Juve quoted €45m for Matic

Chelsea have reportedly asked Juventus to pay €45m for defender Nemanja Matic after initially trying for Alex Sandro.

The Serbia international turns 29 next month and was left out of their pre-season tour, fuelling reports of an imminent sale.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Chelsea at first wanted to have Alex Sandro go the other way in a deal worth €70m, but Juve turned them down.

Instead, the Premier League winners noted their price-tag for Matic was €45m.

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Sunday July 9 2017
Juve slam door on Alex Sandro

Juventus are slamming the door on Alex Sandro unless Chelsea or Paris Saint-Germain offer over €70m.

The left-back has been at the centre of a bidding war between the two European clubs this summer, so far reaching around €60m.

According to Tuttosport, the Bianconeri have decided that to sell would be a sign of weakness and are therefore determined to hold on to the former Porto star.

The only exception would be if someone were to come in with a bid worth a minimum of €70-75m.

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Friday July 7 2017
Juve: two in, two out?

Juventus could reportedly sign Federico Bernardeschi and Douglas Costa at the expense of Alex Sandro and Juan Cuadrado.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Juve may decide to bring in both wingers, as opposed to banking on one or the other.

However, the newspaper explains the Bianconeri must sell before they can pull off the double deal.

ESPN notes Arsenal are “serious” about signing Cuadrado, whom Juve recently redeemed for €20m.

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Wednesday July 5 2017
Spinazzola to stay with Atalanta

Leonardo Spinazzola will reportedly stay with Atalanta for the coming season, following talks with Juventus today.

The Italian international joined the Orobici on a two-year loan last summer, but it was suggested he could return to Turin a year early.

However, Gianluca Di Marzio’s website reports that the two clubs met today and Atalanta are confident that they’ll be able to keep hold of Spinazzola.

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Tuesday July 4 2017
Few Alex Sandro alternatives

Lack of decent alternatives alone should force Juve to keep Alex Sandro, writes Gregory Caltabanis.

Since returning to the pinnacle of Italian football, Juventus have been active players on the transfer market, snapping up some of the world’s premier talents for cut-rate prices. Paul Pogba, Andrea Pirlo and Kingsley Coman are just a few players that spring to mind when thinking about Giuseppe Marotta’s Bosman bargains.

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Tuesday July 4 2017
Juventus continue Danilo talks

Juventus continue to push Real Madrid for right-back Danilo, but the offer remains in the region of €22m compared to his €30m asking price.

The Bianconeri set their sights on the former Porto man, who is good friends with his old teammate Alex Sandro.

According to Sportitalia, the negotiations have been continuing apace over the last few days, but Juve are determined not to spend more than €22m.

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Tuesday July 4 2017
Chelsea rejected for Alex Sandro

It’s reported Juventus have rejected a €60m bid from Chelsea for Alex Sandro, as they won’t sell unless he asks to leave.

The Blues are known to keen on the Brazilian full-back, but it’s not yet clear if he actually wants to leave Turin.

According to this morning’s Tuttosport, the English side tested the waters with a €60m bid, which was immediately rejected by the Bianconeri.

Unless Alex Sandro asks to go, Juve will reject any offer for him, and even if he does want to leave his price would start at €70m.

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Tuesday July 4 2017
Juve's Danilo gamble

Can ‘one of Real Madrid’s worst signings in years’ come good at Juventus? Tom Scholes isn’t so sure.

No one said replacing Dani Alves was going to be an easy task, in fact some would argue that it’s one of the toughest things to do in the game. Barcelona let him go on a free transfer a few seasons ago and never found anyone who could adequately replace him, and that’s a club who likes to think that they can replace almost anybody if they wanted to.

There aren’t many right-backs who can do the job that Juventus want, as well as being available at a price that doesn’t break the bank.

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Monday July 3 2017
Danilo to decide this week

As Chelsea raise their Alex Sandro offer to €68m, Real Madrid full-back Danilo’s agent flies in for talks with Juventus and the Premier League champions.

The Daily Telegraph claims that Antonio Conte’s side are prepared to pay a club record £60m fee (circa €68m) to sign the left-back.

These two teams are also butting heads on the transfer market over Real Madrid right-back Danilo, a good friend of Alex Sandro and his former Porto teammate.

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Monday July 3 2017
Chelsea hold Alex Sandro talks

Reports in Britain claim Chelsea will hold new talks with Juventus over Alex Sandro today.

The Brazilian full-back has been heavily linked with the Blues, as well as Paris Saint-Germain, and would cost around €65m.

The Bianconeri don’t want to sell Alex Sandro, and are offering him a new contract to stay in Turin, and the Daily Telegraph says this could be a decisive day for his future.

According to the newspaper, further talks between the two clubs are scheduled for today.

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