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Juventus confirm Chelsea's 'very good' bid for Alex Sandro was rejected

19 June 2017, 01:47 | Opal Carroll

Serie A's most creative defender: Juventus confirm “very big offer” from Chelsea for Alex Sandro

Chelsea Target Set to Hand in Transfer Request

The Premier League champion is looking to strengthen its squad as it prepares for UEFA Champions League football next term and had earmarked Alex Sandro as a valuable potential addition. The Spain forward subsequently made that information public and in the process, alerted other clubs to the fact Chelsea are eager to sell him, undermining their bargaining position.

"We said no to a very good offer from Chelsea for Alex Sandro".

He added: "I do not know how Alex Sandro reacted".

"Players are always their own boss".

Sandro starred in Massimiliano Allegri's title-winning side last season as Juve also reached the Champions League final.

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Chelsea are, as The Guardian suggest, hoping that an improved bid of £55m for Sandro, who has seven caps for Brazil, could tempt Juventus to part with the left-back.

Chelsea's long-standing interest in Bakayoko is also likely to come to fruition, with the France global set to join for a fee in excess of £40m after a fine season at the heart of Monaco's Ligue 1 title-winning midfield.

If the signing is completed, it is possible that no announcement will be made until the 1st of July at the earliest, due to the beginning of Chelsea's new deal with Nike coinciding with the official opening of the summer transfer window.

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