Club Desperate On Star Attacker As They Are Will To Pay £35m Reports

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Juventus are doing everything possible to sign Alexis Sanchez, according to reports.

The Turin giants have been heavily linked with Sanchez in recent weeks and it is believed that they are seriously interested in signing the former Udinese man.

Juventus are big admirers of the Chilean and have tried to sign him on several occasions but missed out on his signature to Barcelona in 2011 and then Arsenal in 2014.

They are desperate not to miss out on the Chilean this time around and are already making moves to sign him.

Reports in Italy last week claimed Juventus have lodged an initial £25.7m to sign 4the striker and same papers have now followed it up with fresh reports claiming the Turin giants are prepared to offer the striker a four-year deal and increase their initial bid.

According to the Daily Cannon, Tuttosport claim Juventus are willing to pay up to £35m but Corriere Dello Sport say it’s more in the region of £25.

It would be disappointing if Arsenal let its star player leave talk less of letting him leave for about £25m. Although the striker has just a little over a year left in his current deal, there is no way he is worth less than £35m.

Ideally, we ought to be talking about the striker staying here for a long time but it seems he is fed up with life at the Emirates and is looking for an exit. Although Wenger has denied reports that the striker is unhappy here, there is no guarantee he will stay if he doesn’t sign a new deal before the season ends.

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