Alex Sandro insists he is happy at Juventus for the moment but has aspirations to play in the Premier League one day.
The Brazilian full-back has been linked with a move away from Turin over the past two summers with reports linking him to both Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain in recent years.
“I’d like to play in the Premier League one day,” Sandro reporters from Brazil’s training camp.
“However, I’m happy in Italy right now and I want to continue playing for Juventus.”
Sandro has a contract with Juventus until 2020 and despite reports he was due to sign an extension, an agreement is yet to be announced.
Tuttosport report that the Bianconeri are inclined to sell the 27-year-old unless he signs a new deal before the summer, valuing him at €60m.
Corriere di Torino go one step further and suggest that Juve already have potential replacement lined up, should Sandro leave this year with Benfica’s Alex Grimaldo and Real Madrid’s Marcelo are topping the list.