Juventus remain unwilling to sell one of their star players on the cheap
Paris Saint-Germain have had a £35m bid rejected for Chelsea and Manchester United target Alex Sandro, according to reports in Italy.
The Juventus defender was the subject of much speculation last summer but he ended up staying in Turin.
The Italian champions dug their heels in over the Brazilian’s asking price and stated they would only sell him for close to £70m.
That proved too much for Chelsea and United back then, but they remain interested in Sandro now.
PSG have emerged as serious contenders for the 27-year-old too, however according to TMW, their first offer has been rejected.
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The French champions are said to have submitted an offer of £35m for the left-back on Wednesday but it was instantly knocked back.
Juve’s valuation of Sandro has not changed since last summer and they have told PSG they need to almost double their bid.