Juventus have rejected a staggering £55.2 million bid from Chelsea for left-back Alex Sandro
Chelsea will have to pay £52 million if they are to sign Juventus full-back Alex Sandro in the summer
Arsenal, Manchester City and Real Madrid are reportedly all prepared to slug it out in the summer in a bid to land Juventus superstar Alex Sandro.
As FC Barcelona prepare to host Levante hoping to extend their winning run to four games in the La Liga, they must keep in mind that they have three games in a space of six days. The Blaugrana will need to make use of their full squad if they are to keep the players fresh in this tough run of fixtures. At such a time, the injury to Barcelona's '12th man' Rafinha comes as a major blow. We look at three players who can replace him.
FC Barcelona have currently a transfer ban imposed on them that will last till January. Following Pedro's move to Chelsea FC, there is a position, from the bench or when one off the famous 'MSN' are unavailable, open to be filled. We look at three players who can fill the void.
We take a look at the possible impact of Lewis Holtby and Sandro's departure from Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur has attached a £20 Million price tag to Napoli target Sandro's services. The Brazil midfielder is also a target of Inter Milan and Zenit.
Serie A side Napoli are in discussions with Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur, over Chelsea and AS Roma target, Brazil International Sandro Raniere.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Sandro reveals that manager Tim Sherwood will depart at the end of the season and he is looking forward to a new beginning.
Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby has urged the club to give the new manager, Tim Sherwood, time to get the team sorted while Sandro insists he is happy at Spurs.