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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:   readsport.co

Chelsea scouts watch Sandro Tonali in action over the weekend

Chelsea scouts watch Sandro Tonali in action over the weekend Chelsea reportedly had scouts watching Italian midfielder Sandro Tonali over the weekend. Reports in Italy have claimed that both Inter and Chelsea were watching the player during a 2-1 defeat to Venezia in Serie B. Tonali, who has been dubbed the ‘next Andrea Pirlo’, is attracting a wealth of interest in Italy. Having been called up to Roberto Mancini’s Italian national team in recent weeks, his performances are clearly not going unnoticed. Juventus, Roma, Napoli and Milan have also been linked with the midfielder who is emerging as one of the brightest prospects in Italian football. With interest in Italy mounting, the Blues are facing a battle to land the player in the summer. Brescia have reiterated their desire to keep the player in the new year, while it has also been claimed that Juventus could launch a January bid and loan the player back to the club for the remainder of the season.

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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

Everton join Palace in race to sign Gabriel Barbosa.
Everton have joined Crystal Palace in the race to sign Inter Milan centre forward Gabriel Barbosa. According to Tutto Mercato Web, Everton are keen to sign Gabriel and have made an approach to Inter as they look to secure a January deal. Palace are thought to be in talks over a loan deal for Gabriel, with Everton now providing stern competition for his signature. Gabriel joined Inter for €30m in 2016 but failed to make an impact in Italy and has been loaned out to Santos in Brazil, where he has been on fire. The forward has 29 goals this season for Santos, with Palace in desperate need of a clinical goalscorer upfront. The 22-year-old has been capped four times by Brazil at international level, scoring twice for his country. Gabriel has scored 87 career goals so far in his career. Palace are also said to be interested in Bayern Munich forward Sandro Wagner.

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