Chelsea have been looking forward to bring in new players in their squad for the next term, willing to repeat their performance from the last season in the Premier League and win it one more time for the Blues. They already have brought in some of the best players in European football in their team for the next term and are willing to bring in some more to rebuild the squad into an even stronger team.
The Brazilian full back, Alex Sandro, has been one of the top class defenders in the last term for his team, helping them to reach the final of the Champions League, which they eventually lost to the Spanish giants Real Madrid by 4-1.
He also played a crucial role in the Serie A outfit to help them win the Serie A title as well as the Coppa Italia, safeguarding their defence as well as making important contribution in the team’s attack, so as to initiate it with darting runs down the left-hand side and supplying regular assists for his teammates, enabling them to score goals.
The Blues, under their new coach, Antonio Conte, have been the witness of a very good season in terms of results after they finished their season prior to the last one in the ninth position on the League table. Chelsea also saw certain changes in tactics and team formations that brought them the immense success in the Premier League, one of them being the 3-4-3 combination, under which the full backs are supposed to play a very crucial role on the pitch, thus making it one of the most effective ploys used by the Italian mastermind, Conte.
It is imperative for Chelsea to get someone like Sandro in their team for the next season, if they are looking to play with the same team formation and make it one of the most lethal ones in the current situation, as the Brazilian, with his brisk pace and swift footwork can help his teammates get the balls at the right time and at the right place.
The man in charge at Stamford Bridge, Antonio Conte, has been looking forward to bring in the Brazilian left back from the Italian Serie A club Juventus and are looking to make a bid for the player in the ongoing summer transfer window. However, the Italian champions have already declared that they are not going to sell the full back and has declined a bid of £54 million from the Premier League champions to get the Brazilian to leave the Juventus Stadium.