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Chelsea and Alex Sandro: history is not over yet. According to Italian television Premium Sport the London club will make a final offer to sign the Juventus full-back for around £60m.

Chances Alex Sandro will move to Stamford Bridge are really few because, as the same Premium Sport report, Juventus don’t want to sell his player. In any case Chelsea wll make this last try and they hope to sing the Brazilian full-back.

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Antonio Conte‘s biggest wish in this last transfer window month is to bring Juventus wing-back Alex Sandro to Stamford Bridge.

But the Italian manager transfer dream can be wiped out by Bianconeri’s coach Massimiliano Allegri, who restated that the ex FC Porto player is going nowhere:

“Alex Sandro is a Juve player. He is sensational and will not leave,” Allegri said after the friendly game against AS Roma played in the USA last night.

Chelsea were really keen on the full-back and were ready to place a £ 60m to secure his services – it was rumoured that Sandro already agreed personal terms with the Blues-  but it looks like Juventus will try everything to keep the Brazilian player.

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Earlier today Spanish newspaper Marca claimed Manchester City have agree personal terms with Chelsea target Danilo and that a fee has still to be agreed between the English team and Real Madrid.

Manchester City’s manager Pep Guardiola now confirms no deal has been completed fot the Brazilian full-back: “We have many options for players who are coming, but Danilo is not done so until it is done I cannot say absolutely anything out of respect for other clubs, but he is an option that we have,” – Guardiola told reporters. – “I said he’s a player from Real Madrid, we are talking with not too much players, with three or four players to come and join us. Not just for next season but the next three, four, five years, because they are all young players.”

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Danilo wants to leave Real Madrid and join Chelsea as soon as possible: according to Diario Gol the Brazialian full-back has told Florentino Perez to accept the Blues offer.

Chelsea have offered £26 million for Danilo and also £70 million for Alex Sandro, but Juventus have rejected the bid for the left-back.

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Chelsea are close to agree a deal for Juventus star Alex Sandro, but the Brazilian is not the only full-back the Blues have targeted and the Stamford Bridge outfit is set to challenge the Bianconeri to sign Real Madrid full-back Danilo.

Juventus eyed the Champions of Europe player as the ideal replacement for Sandro, who is set to join Chelsea when he will be back from his holidays, but Antonio Conte wants more men on the flanks as the Blues will be involved also in Champions League next year, so he has targeted Danilo as well.

Danilo is contracted with Real Madrid but the Merengues have already told the player’s entourage that the Brazilian – who was signed from Porto for € 40m in 2015 and din’t have much playing time at the Spanish side-  can leave for an offer close to € 30 million.

According to Italian newspaper La Repubblica Chelsea are ready to make an opening € 27/28 million bid to sign the 25-year-old.

​Juventus have already begun transfer talks with Real Madrid but the Spanish champions have rejected the Bianconeri loan offer with € 23 million option to buy.

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Alex Sandro chose Chelsea: the Juventus full-back, desperately wanted by Antonio Conte to revamp the left wing as ChelseaNews24 reported exclusively last week,  chose to move to Stamford Bridge.

The Bianconeri were keen to extend Sandro’s deal offering him € 5m, but Chelsea offered € 7m and this was a deal the Brazilian player couldn’t reject.

Despite Juventus didn’t want to let him go, the 26-year-old seems adamant to join Chelsea side and the deal now is really close.

The Blues would have allegedly offered about £ 50m to sign him.

 

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Juventus full-back Alex Sandro is soon set to sign for Chelsea, according to our exclusive sources.

Bianconeri CEO Beppe Marotta revealed that the Italian side rejected an offer believed to be in the region of £ 50m for the Brazilian player from Chelsea, but our source told us Blues boss Antonio Conte wants to sign him no matter what and that sooner or later he will sign for the Stamford Bridge side.

Marotta also claimed that Juventus are not intentioned to sell their best players, but this is probably a way to ask Chelsea to increase their offer for Conte’s first target to revamp his squad to chase Champions League, Alex Sandro.

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Chelsea are still interested in Monaco full-back Benjamin Mendy.

The 22-year-old has been targeted by the Blues over the past season as he was a key player for the Ligue 1 side to win  the French title last season, but he is interested in a potential move to the Premier League.

Monaco are currently demanding at least £40m for the 23-year-old, who is also wanted by Manchester City.

 

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It will be a hot summer for Chelsea in the transfer window: not only for the players that might be signed by the Stamford Bridge outfit but also for the ones that could leave, since the impressing form of the team and of some players attracted the attention of many top clubs in Europe, now ready to invest money in the Blues stars.

Cesar Azpilicueta, who moved from Olympique Marseille to West London in summer 2012, has been targeted by Barcelona and the Spanish full-back admits to be flattered by the interest of the Blaugrana:

Right now I am only thinking about Chelsea and I feel loved here. I’ve been here five years now and I extended my contract not long ago,” he told The Guardian.

“It’s flattering to be linked to Barcelona: it means you’re playing well. I wasn’t hearing those sort of stories last season. That’s a consequence of us being top of the Premier League, things are going well.

 “My objective since I arrived was to grow as a player and a person. I’ve adapted to the city, to the country. I feel settled, I’m comfortable with the language, my family is very happy. Right now my only objective is to continue with Chelsea.”

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