Antonio Conte had made the Brazilian wingback his high goal in the summer time.
A bunch of bids had been made however the Italian champions knocked again each and every be offering.
There had been indications a deal might be performed when Juventus basic supervisor Beppe Marotta admitted if Sandro was once unsatisfied he may pass.
However, negotiations hit a brick wall when Old Lady boss Max Allegri publicly mentioned that the ex-Porto famous person would no longer depart.
“Alex Sandro is a Juventus player and he will stay one,” he stated.
And now apparently the deal is with regards to being totally useless in the water after it emerged that the 26-year-old was once in a position to signal a new contract with Juventus.
Italian newsletter Corriere Dello Sport reported that Sandro and his agent are on the verge of a new deal to stay him at the membership till June 2022 on a £four.38 million (€five million) wage.
It will come as an enormous blow to Chelsea boss Conte who had plans to make a recent method in January for defender.
The former Juve boss complained about the lack of transfer job at Chelsea a number of occasions right through the summer time.
The Blues skilled a rollercoaster transfer window, signing a host of goals but in addition lacking out on a number of stars.
Alvaro Morata, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Antonio Rudiger all signed whilst Davide Zappacosta and Danny Drinkwater joined on cut-off date day.
But Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ross Barkley and Fernando Llorente all rejected strikes to the London membership, angering Conte.
He stated in August: “We have an excessively small squad and it’s crucial to enhance the numerical facet.
“One new participant may not be sufficient. We want extra avid gamers.
“It’s necessary that the membership is aware of my opinion and they’re looking to do the easiest for our staff.
“But now we need to wait.”
Chelsea might flip to former Blue Ryan Bertrand of Southampton, however with Man City following Benjamin Mendy’s damage the membership might be unwilling to go into a bidding battle with the Manchester membership.