The imminent departure of Alvaro Morata from Turin has forced Juventus to look for a replacement, despite already having top strikers like Mario Mandzukic, Paulo Dybala, and Simone Zaza at the Serie A champions club.
Serie A champions Juventus have been linked with Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani, Michy Batshuayi, Gabriel Jesus, Evertons Romelu Lukaku, and the latest reports says the Emirate star Alexis Sanchez is also on their wish-list.
According to Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus could be looking to replace Alvaro Morata with long term transfer target Alexis Sanchez.
The Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport reckon Chilean striker Sanchez is ‘tired of being in London’, but as always, the costs placed on the Chilean star are likely to be a stumbling block.
Emirate giant Arsenal signed Alexis Sanchez for €42.5m from Spanish champions Barcelona, and would certainly demand a transfer fee higher than that, if they even think about selling the Chilean.
The Old lady will also have difficulties in paying his wages, and Gunner fans don’t really need to worry about their interest at the moment. Gazzetta dello Sport think Sanchez would be happier at Juventus, because it’s in Italy.
Sanchez, 27, has a couple of years left on his existing deal Arsenal deal, and the Gunners would be hoping to convince him to sign a new deal soon.