Alex Sandro was on an offer to Real Madrid

What prevented

Real Madrid has declined the services of Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro, 31, who has had agents offer them.
Defensa Central of Spain claims that Real Madrid had the opportunity to acquire Alex Sandro via a Bosman transfer during the summer transfer period. However, the Merengues rejected the offer made by the 31-year-old Juventus agent.

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Since moving from FC Porto to Juventus in August 2015, Alex Sandro has experienced a rollercoaster of emotions. For numerous seasons, the full-back from Brazil was among the finest in Serie A. But because of his advanced years, his reputation has significantly declined over the previous few seasons.

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The 31-year-old has played for Juventus on roughly 300 occasions so far, contributing 15 goals and 32 assists. But when his deal with the Allianz Stadium expires in the summer, Alex Sandro is most likely going to leave as a free agent. Additionally, the player’s agents have made Real Madrid an offer for him.

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Will Alex Sandro join Real Madrid

In the summer transfer window, Real Madrid may want to add a left-back to their roster. This is due to Santiago Bernabeu’s declining opinion of Ferland Mendy. Additionally, the defending La Liga winners are thinking about selling the French defender.

Thus, a number of left-backs, notably Alejandro Grimaldo, have come to Real Madrid’s attention. Additionally, Alex Sandro’s agents offered the player to Los Blancos in an effort to entice them. Despite his approaching free agency status, the Merengues are not interested in signing the 31-year-old Brazilian left defender.

The Juventus defender’s transfer request has already been rejected by the defending La Liga winners. And in order to fill the left-back position in the summer, Real Madrid will instead concentrate on pursuing Miguel Gutierrez and Fran Garcia. Additionally, Alphonso Davies is Real Madrid’s top long-term goal, with a 2024 transfer possible.

The Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro, 31, has to go back to the drawing board and decide what his best course of action is before taking on a new task. And since a transfer to Real Madrid is not in the cards, it will be intriguing to watch where he ends up.

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