Juventus Chief Executive Officer Giuseppe Marotta has decided to remain coy on the possibility of secure the services of Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez after the Chilean winger was recently linked with a move to Serie A champions during an upcoming transfer window.
The 27-year-old joined the Gunners outfit from Barcelona in 2014, and has been a vital part of Arsene Wenger’s team ever since, but Arsenal are still struggling to compete for the top honours in domestic and Europian competitions.
A solitary FA Cup in his debut season at the club has been his only winners’ medal, and the Chilean and the north London outfit will end the current campaign without the title.
It has been reported that the pacy dribbler is not happy with the club’s inability to reach the higher level, and he questioned his team-mates’ mentality previously when the Gunners’ title challenge began faltering.
And in recent days, he has been heavily linked with a move to the Old Lady, with suggestions that the Italian champions are keen to add the former Udinese player’s impressive skills to their already successful squad at the Juventus Stadium this summer.
While Juve CEO admits that the Copa America winner is a quality player, he said nothing about Juve’s interest in signing Sanchez.
When asked about Sanchez, Marotta told Sky Italia: “He is a good player.”
Arsenal leader has netted 17 goals and provided 11 assists in his 40 appearances for Wenger’s side this season and has a contract until 2018 with the club.