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SportAlex Sandro set to sign a new deal with Juventus

13:50  07 december  2018
13:50  07 december  2018 Source:

Sociedad ready to hand Sandro back to Everton

Sociedad ready to hand Sandro back to Everton Sandro Ramirez could be heading back to Everton in January. The 23-year-old was sent on loan to Real Sociedad in the summer, having spent another spell at Sevilla at the conclusion of last season. Since signing from Malaga prior to the 2017 season, Sandro has struggled to make an impression on the first-team at Goodison Park. The forward has one goal for the Toffees in 15 appearances, and manager Sam Allardyce saw no reason to keep him around for the home stretch of the season. At Sociedad, things haven’t got any easier. Whilst having made just one start in La Liga, four appearances have come form the bench. Sandro has no goals and no assists. The Spaniard is therefore deemed surplus to requirements by his new team, who it is claimed by El Gol Digital (translated by Sport Witness) are actively exploring options to end the season-long loan deal early. Once they’ve done that, Sociedad will then supposedly chase a transfer for Newcastle’s Ayoze Perez.

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Alex Sandro, a reported target for both Chelsea and Manchester United, is set to sign a new deal with Juventus, as per a report from Goal.

The Brazilian left-back has been linked with a move to the Premier League for some time, with Chelsea and United both showing an interest in him, but he has decided to commit his future to the Italian champions.

The 27-year-old has reportedly agreed terms on a deal that will keep him in Turin until 2023, where he’ll earn roughly €4m per year.

Alex Sandro set to sign a new deal with Juventus © Marco Luzzani/Getty Images Sport Marco Luzzani/Getty Images Sport

After missing out on a place in Brazil’s 23-man party for the World Cup in the summer, Sandro has earned a recall by manager Tite, who has included him in his last three squads.

Crystal Palace eyeing swoop for Sandro Wagner

Crystal Palace eyeing swoop for Sandro Wagner Crystal Palace have joined the race to sign Bayern Munich centre forward Sandro Wagner in January. According to The Mirror, Palace and West Ham are among the clubs interested in signing the striker in the next transfer window. Wagner is set to leave Bayern after seeing his chances become limited this season, with Robert Lewandowski their undisputed first-choice striker. The report claims that a fee of £6m would be enough to secure a deal for Wagner, who has been capped eight times by Germany at senior level – scoring five. The 30-year-old scored eight goals in 14 Bundesliga appearances for Bayern last season, but is yet to net in four so far this term. Roy Hodgson is desperate to add a new striker to his ranks in January and Wagner is one of a number of potential targets. Bologna’s Mattia Destro and Inter Milan’s Gabriel Barbosa have also been heavily linked with a move to Selhurst Park.

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Sandro 's new deal will make him the club's third best-paid player behind Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala. A £62million bid from Chelsea could still force the issue, but it is unlikely Roman Abramovich Alex Sandro is set to stay at Juventus despite hot interest from Premier League winners Chelsea.

The new deal signifies that both Chelsea and Man United will now need to look elsewhere for a left-back, although Marcos Alonso and Luke Shaw will hope they’ve done enough to warrant extended runs in their respective sides.

Alex Sandro set to sign a new deal with Juventus © Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images Sport Juventus v SPAL - Serie A

Juventus planning talks over Ramsey deal.
Juventus are hoping to open talks over a deal to sign Aaron Ramsey during the January transfer window. According to reports in Italy, Juventus have identified both Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot as potential targets, with both players out of contract at the end of the season. Juventus have something of a history of looking into the free agent market for potential bargains and they are set to do the same in the coming months. Ramsey has been linked with a host of clubs, including Bayern Munich and Chelsea, but it is yet to be seen where the Welshman will end up. It has been confirmed that the player will leave Arsenal at the end of the campaign, with his contract due to expire. Arsenal could decide to cash in during the January window to avoid losing him for nothing, while the player will also be free to discuss terms with foreign sides upon the turn of the year.

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