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Sunday June 25 2017
Alex Sandro requests Chelsea?

Alex Sandro has decided to leave Juventus after Chelsea increased their offer to €70m, according to Calciomercato.com.

Earlier this week, Bianconeri director Beppe Marotta confirmed receiving “a very substantial offer” for the Brazilian left-back.

He also noted that Juve “don’t keep anyone against their will,” effectively inviting the defender to request a transfer.

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Sunday June 25 2017
Juve buy two with Alex Sandro cash

Juventus and Alex Sandro are ready to accept the €70m Chelsea offer, investing in Matteo Darmian and Mattia De Sciglio.

According to the Corriere della Sera newspaper, the €60m original proposal was tempting, but an increased bid of €70m really would sway them.

The Bianconeri paid €26m for the left-back two years ago, so would make a massive profit.

There are already plans to reinvest in two full-backs with very similar characteristics, as both Darmian and De Sciglio can play on the right or left.

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Saturday June 24 2017
Azpilicueta in Alex Sandro deal?

Chelsea will try to tempt Juventus into parting with Alex Sandro by offering cash plus Cesar Azpilicueta if €70m alone won’t do it.

Antonio Conte is determined to snatch the left-back from the Turin giants, but the Bianconeri said they won’t sell unless he asks to go.

La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed today that Chelsea were increasing their €60m offer to €70m in order to convince Juve into a sale.

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Saturday June 24 2017
Chelsea €70m for Alex Sandro

After Juventus turned down €60m for Alex Sandro, it’s reported they will be sorely tempted when Chelsea come back offering €70m.

This week Bianconeri director Beppe Marotta confirmed they had received “a substantial offer” for Alex Sandro, but that he wasn’t for sale unless the player specifically requested it.

That proposal was believed to be for €60m (approximately £52.8m), but now La Gazzetta dello Sport claim Chelsea are preparing a new bid worth €65-70m (around £57.1m-£61.5m).

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Saturday June 24 2017
Chelsea £100m for Juve pair

Chelsea are offering €114m (£100m) for Juventus pair Leonardo Bonucci and Alex Sandro, claim La Stampa newspaper.

Antonio Conte is determined to bring in at least one of the two defenders from his former club and could even target both.

According to the Turin-based newspaper, Chelsea are prepared to invest a massive sum to sign both Bonucci and Alex Sandro.

The figure would be €114m (around £100m), having previously seen bids rejected for both players.

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Thursday June 22 2017
Chelsea to increase Alex Sandro bid

Chelsea, encouraged by recent Juventus comments, are ready to improve their offer for left-back Alex Sandro, claim Sky Sport Italia.

On Wednesday, Bianconeri director Beppe Marotta confirmed they had “received a substantial offer” for the 26-year-old Brazilian.

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Thursday June 22 2017
Nice block Inter for Dalbert

Reports in France say Inter had an agreement with Dalbert, but Nice have no intention of selling him.

The 23-year-old was a key man as les Aiglons surprisingly qualified for the Champions League this season, and he has also been touted as potential replacement for Alex Sandro at Juventus.

According to Nice-Matin, Dalbert had agreed a five-year contract with the Nerazzurri, with the guarantee that he’d be first choice at left-back.

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Wednesday June 21 2017
Dalbert opens Alex Sandro to Chelsea

Brazilian reports claim Juventus are close to a deal for Nice left-back Dalbert, which would free up Alex Sandro for Chelsea.

According to Globoesporte.com, the Old Lady are at a very advanced stage of negotiations with both the French club and the player’s entourage.

Dalbert had already been heavily linked with Inter, but they were not prepared to meet the €15m asking price.

That would not be an issue for Juve, but above all the arrival of one Brazilian left-back would mean the exit of another – Alex Sandro.

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Wednesday June 21 2017
Marotta: 'Juve priority isn't buying'

Beppe Marotta said Juventus “will be more concrete” on the transfer market in the next few weeks, “but for now the priority is confirming the squad that reached Cardiff.”

The Bianconeri director general also commented on Dani Alves, Paul Pogba and Alex Costa, so you can read that here.

“We have a squad that reached the Champions League Final, so being able to confirm them en mass would be an achievement in itself,” Marotta told Mediaset Premium.

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Wednesday June 21 2017
Marotta: 'Dani Alves leaves Juve'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed Dani Alves will terminate his contract by mutual consent for Manchester City, while Alex Sandro “received a substantial offer.”

Dani Alves only arrived a year ago as a free agent when his Barcelona deal expired, contributing six goals and seven assists in 33 competitive games.

“It’s not a breakdown of our rapport, as motivation is fundamental for a player,” Marotta told Calciomercato.com and Mediaset Premium today.

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