Serie A champions Juventus have turned down stunning offers of 100 million euros (£88m) for Argentine striker Higuain and 70 million for left back Alex Sandro.
The Italian champions can’t bear to see any a greater amount of their players leave the club. Following Dani Alves and Bonucci’s departures, Juventus have pulled down the shades, and they have proved their point in the wake of turning down enticing offers for Higuain and Alex Sandro.
As revealed by ‘Tuttosport’, Massimiliano Allegri needs to put an end to the exits and he won’t acknowledge a single offer for any of his players. To such an extent, that Chelsea has launched a staggering sum of £88m for Gonzalo Higuain which was immediately rejected.
Antonio Conte is looking for Diego Costa’s potential substitue, and Higuain has risen as a conceivable target. Be that as it may, Juventus have not by any means considered the stunning offer made by the Premier League champions.