Juventus have accepted that they will have to part with left back Alex Sandro in January.
Reports in England, say Chelsea spent the entirety of last summer chasing the Brazilian valued at ₤70 million by the Turin club but saw their ₤55 million bid rejected.
Juventus it is being reported, now feel that they will have to do business when the transfer window re-opens next month. They will, however, hold off until the defender makes a move given that there are other interested parties.
Manchester United and Paris St. Germain are two other admirers in the player who have made their interests known and are set to provide competition for Chelsea in any deal to sign the 26-year old.
Sandro has made his dissatisfaction at Juventus known in recent times and has made is desire to move known to the Italian Champions.
The player has suffered a dip in form recently with reports suggesting that Juventus’ decision to block his move in the past is to blame. This might be the player’s way of forcing a move away and Juventus have apparently taken note and are prepared to sanction a move for the player as they look to avoid any disruptions to their title defense this season.