Juventus reaped the rewards of loaning Juan Cuadrado last summer from Chelsea, and now the Bianconeri want to retain the Colombian for the upcoming season.
Juan Cuadrado struggled to find his way in England after he moved from Fiorentina to Chelsea in February 2015. After successfully returning to Italy last year on a season-long loan with the Bianconeri, Cuadrado and the five-time running Italian champions are in talks over a permanent move.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Juventus contacted Chelsea offering to take the Colombian on a seasonal loan priced at €2m with a forced option to purchase him outright for 22 million euros.
It’s been said that Antonio Conte would like to keep a hold of the speedy winger, and Chelsea are demanding more than what Juventus are offering. The player’s agent is acting as mediator during the negotiations to find a solution.
The 28-year old featured in 28 league matches for Allegri’s double winners, scoring four goals and assisting six.