Chelsea have been linked with a number of players this summer, but have so far only signed three, Alvaro Morata, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Antonio Rudiger, for a combined total of £135m.
However, it now appears that a deal is unlikely to come to fruition as Allegri is adamant that Sandro won't be on the move in this transfer window.
Allegri was speaking to reporters after Juventus's final match of this summer's tour of America, a 1-1 draw against AS Roma, who finished second behind the Old Lady in last season's Serie A. It was Juve's seventh (7th!) league title on the bounce, but Allegri knows the job will be even harder next season and thus needs his best players.
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So I understand this topic reasonably well. "I would NEVER buy an Android phone again if I cared about photography". Remember Vic Gundotra? If the name doesn't ring a bell, perhaps a quote will: "two turkeys do not make an Eagle".
"He's improved a lot since he arrived here and he still has margin for improvement".
"This year will be a much more hard because all our rivals have strengthened".
Sandro joined Juve from Porto in 2015 and made 27 appearances in Serie A last season, having played 22 times during his first campaign in Italy.
"Together with Marcelo I think they are the strongest left backs in the world".
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