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Thursday September 28 2017
Chiellini, Alex Sandro to renew

Alex Sandro is believed to be very close to a Juventus renewal, while a contract is also being prepared for Giorgio Chiellini.

With the close of the transfer window, the Bianconeri are now focusing on contracts for some of their existing stars.

Alex Sandro was pursued by Chelsea for most of the summer, and today’s Corriere dello Sport reports that he’s very close to agreeing an improved contract.

The Brazilian will sign until 2022, with an increase in wages, ruling out a departure next summer.

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Sunday September 10 2017
Allegri injury woes for Camp Nou

Max Allegri warns Sami Khedira and Claudio Marchisio won’t face Barcelona, while Juventus wait on Alex Sandro, Giorgio Chiellini and Mario Mandzukic.

The Champions League showdown at Camp Nou is on Tuesday evening and the Coach rested several top names in the 3-0 Serie A victory over Chievo on Saturday.

“Chiellini should start training with the squad from Sunday,” said Allegri in his Press conference.

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Tuesday September 5 2017
L’Equipe names top Serie A XI

French newspaper L’Équipe has named its best XI for Serie A, with players from Juventus, Napoli, Milan and Roma.

The sports paper has released a best team for all of the top five leagues, and has but the Serie A XI into a 4-3-3 shape.

Gianluigi Buffon is in goal, with his teammate Alex Sandro at left-back and Milan’s Andrea Conti on the other side.

Kalidou Koulibaly of Napoli and Rossoneri captain Leonardo Bonucci are in the centre of defence.

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Tuesday September 5 2017
Alex Sandro set for Juventus renewal

Alex Sandro is reportedly ready to extend his Juventus contract until 2022, with a big pay rise.

Chelsea spent most of the summer pursuing the Brazilian, but the Bianconeri steadfastly refused to even discuss a sale.

Now Tuttosport is reporting that the left-back is on the verge of signing a two-year extension to his current contract, committing his future to the Old Lady until 2022.

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Saturday September 2 2017
New deal for Alex Sandro

Alex Sandro is set to sign a new contract holding him to Juventus until 2022 with a salary worth €5m per year.

The left-back was the subject of a bidding war over the summer, believed to be up to €70m from Chelsea and Manchester City.

Juve held firm and will reward the Brazilian with a new deal to June 2022.

He’ll be offered wages worth around €5m per year, making him one of the highest-paid players in Serie A.

Alex Sandro currently earns €2.8m per season and is under contract to June 2020.

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Saturday September 2 2017
Brazil call Alex Sandro

Juventus full-back Alex Sandro has been called up for Brazil after an injury to Inter defender Joao Miranda and Marcelo’s ban.

The Seleçao announced the changes to their squad ahead of the World Cup qualifier with Colombia.

Alex Sandro and Jemerson of Monaco have been added to the side.

Despite becoming one of the highest-prized left-backs in Europe, Alex Sandro only has seven senior caps for Brazil.

The most recent appearance was in a 4-0 friendly win over Australia in June, but that ended a four-year drought.

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Friday August 18 2017
Marotta gives Juve transfer update

Beppe Marotta hints Juventus will not give up on Leonardo Spinazzola, reiterates Alex Sandro is staying and admits Ezequiel Garay is “a great player”.

Calciomercato.it also quotes the Juve general manager as telling reporters Juan Cuadrado and Kwadwo Asamoah have joined Alex Sandro in “not asking to leave” and that his club had moved on from Leonardo Bonucci.

“Spinazzola? His is a two-year loan. We’re aware of this and we’re grateful to Atalanta for what they’ve done for him,” he said.

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Thursday August 17 2017
Marotta: 'Alex Sandro wants Juve'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirms they rejected Chelsea’s offer for Alex Sandro because “he said he wants to stay here.”

Antonio Conte has made no secret of his desire to sign the Brazilian left-back, reportedly offering over €70m.

“He said he wants to stay here, so we sent the offers right back where they came from,” Marotta told reporters in the mixed zone today.

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Wednesday August 16 2017
Chelsea still pushing for Alex Sandro

Chelsea are still keen to sign Juventus full-back Alex Sandro, according to reports in England.

The Blues have been heavily linked with the Brazilian this summer, but the Bianconeri have insisted he isn’t for sale.

According to the London Evening Standard, Chelsea had two bids of €57m and €67m rejected by the Serie A champions, but are still hoping a deal can be done.

That would be largely dependent on Alex Sandro asking to leave, as it’s well known Juve don’t hold players against their will.

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Wednesday August 16 2017
Chelsea still in for Alex Sandro?

Antonio Conte’s Chelsea have not given up on a deal for Juventus left-back Alex Sandro, according to the Evening Standard.

The London-based newspaper claims Chelsea are relying on Alex Sandro to hand in a transfer request so that Juve would be forced into a sale.

Furthermore, the Brazilian has yet to accept the Bianconeri’s offer of an improved contract, which would still be below the Blues’ proposal of “in excess of £100,000 a week”.

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