Chelsea’s race to sign Alex Sandro has shown trivial because of the high asking fee slapped on the Brazilian left-back by the club as per the Telegraph.
The Blues has shown a long-standing involvement in the 26-year-old, but their interest have been continuously rebuffed as the Series A winners were not willing to lose their £80 million asking price last year.
Although Juve asking cost has decreased in this year’s transfer window, it is stated that Chelsea has refused to meet the £60 million valuations from the Italian giants as per the Telegraph.
The Bianconeri are more open to trading if their value is met, as the Brazilian has already made it pretty clear that he wants to leave Turin.
The ex-FC Porto defender’s play was a little below the bar the last term as he was demoted to the bench and replaced with Ghana star Kwadwo Asamoah who took charge at the left-back.
Conte still trying to tighten his option on the left as Marcos Alonso his keen player has been playing in almost every match.
Juventus are trying to make some reasonable sum off their player, but the Premier League champions are reluctant to stump-up the amount suggested.