Years ago when Alexis Sanchez played for Serie A side Udinese, Juventus very nearly signed Alexis before he decided to make the move to Barcelona. The Italian champions now have the ability to try and get Sanchez again in a bid to further improve their already impressive team.
Juventus are already the best team in Serie A with a team that is packed with fantastic players from back to front and they are dark horses in the Champions League with just being a tier behind the best clubs in the world such as Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona. Juventus winning the Champions League wouldn’t be out of the question and they almost did it two years ago when they reached the final in 2015 but came up short to a very good Barcelona team. The addition of Alexis Sanchez would potentially help Juventus become a legitimate favourite for the Champions League which is what the club is aspiring to do. Juventus dominate their own league every year like PSG and Bayern but unless something drastic happens in the league, it doesn’t appear likely that their dominance in the league will end any time soon.
Juventus have shown their own ambition for progress in the Champions League, splashing out 90 million euro for Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli in the summer and giving the highly talented Paulo Dybala a new contract on high money so the club would have no problems offering Sanchez high wages especially if it means that they could further their chances in winning the Champions League. There is an open slot for Sanchez to fit into in the team, with him replacing Mario Mandzukic on the left flank to partner with Higuain and Dybala as well which greatly benefit the Juventus team.