With Juventus signing Pjaca, a return to Turin is unlikely for the Colombian.
A week ago, Antonio Conte told reporters that Cuadrado “[was] a Chelsea player”. Just a few days later, Cuadrado allegedly handed in his transfer request and wants to return to Italy.
According to Tuttosport, the Colombia international has two choices in Serie A he can pick between. Both in Milan, the Rossoneri and Nerazzurri are vying for his services. The winger who can play as an attacking midfielder fits both of the clubs needs.
The two clubs are working for a loan with an obligation to buy. In the hope that Chelsea accepts this formula because neither have the money to buy him outright up front.
Cuadrado has played for four clubs in Italy, Lecce, Udinese, Fiorentina and Juventus over the course of his career.
The 28-year-old participated in this summer’s Copa America and has yet to join Chelsea’s training camp under new coach Antonio Conte.
Coming into the apex of his career, the right sided player is reportedly worth around €25 million.
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