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JUVENTUS planning to use ALEX SANDRO as a bargaining chip

27.05.2019 14.42 by Claudio Colla  read 902
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According to Tuttosport, Juventus are planning to suggest Manchester United to sign Brazilian international left-back/winger Alex Sandro (28), as a bargaining chip for Paul Pogba to move back in. Bianconeri runner is one out of the three players Red Devils boss Solskjaer is reportedly interested in, together with Joao Cancelo and Paulo Dybala.

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