04 July, 2017
Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth says Sandro will make up his own mind this summer and all three options are still open.
They have offered him a new contract worth £84,000-a-week to convince him not to take that step, although Chelsea are willing to pay in excess of £100,000.But Juventus have also proposed that he should stay for one more season and then they will consider allowing him to move elsewhere next summer. Juventus continue to make it clear to the 26-year-old that he will have to make a transfer request to leave.
"It now seems that the picture is down to the player himself".
The Telegraph reports, however, that money could be no object as Chelsea is determined to sign the defender.
The newspaper said the west London club is ready to match Sandro's £60 million valuation, topping the £50 million club record fee Chelsea paid Liverpool for Fernando Torres in 2011.
The Blues met the Serie A side yesterday for crunch talks and the Premier League champions indicated that they are ready to stump up the cash.
The defender, who has seven caps for Brazil, has won consecutive league and cup doubles with Juve.