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"He has agreed personal terms with Chelsea" - This is when Alex Sandro will become a Chelsea player

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Juventus defender Alex Sandro could become a new Chelsea player before the end of next week, according to Calciomercato.com.

The Italian website claims that the player has already agreed personal terms with the Blues.

But the Serie A champions have no intention of selling one of their most important players.

The Bianconeri will offer a new contract to the player but it seems that the Brazilian has already decided that he wants to embark on a new experience in the English Premier League.

Juventus might decide to give up and sell if the Blues make an offer in the region of £57million.

Last month, director Giuseppe Marotta confirmed that the club has already received an offer for the 26-year-old.

"Our desire is to not sell any of our most important players," Marotta told Corriere dello Sport.

"We said no to a very good offer from Chelsea for Alex Sandro.

"But we know that we are competing with clubs that are in a position to offer wages that are not rational for us. And players are always their own boss."

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