Juventus have told Alex Sandro they could be willing to let him leave Turin in the summer.

The 26-year-old has repeatedly been linked with a transfer to Chelsea.

The West Londoners have no experienced replacement for Marcos Alonso, and Sandro has been earmarked as a likely arrival.

According to Italian newspaper Calciomercato, he won’t be leaving Juve this month.

But, it’s suggested Sandro’s entourage have been info submitted at the end of the season.

Manchester United have also been sniffing around.

Journalist Duncan Castles claims Jose Mourinho’s team are at the front of the queue for the left-back’s services.

“Manchester United have entered the pursuit of Juventus left-back Alex Sandro,” he told The Transfer Window podcast.

Calciomercato suggests a move to PSG might be a possibility – especially if Antonio Conte is there.

The Italian boss guided Chelsea to Premier League glory last year.

His remain in west London has soured in recent months though.

The Blues had a hard summer in the transfer market, and Conte failed to snare many top targets.

Conte’s side are also flagging in the title hunt.

Manchester City look nailed on for cup glory with a mammoth 12 point lead over Manchester United in the second side.