Juventus have made it very clear they wish to bring Chelsea’s Juan Cuadrado back, and have begun the process of making it happen.
Despite adding Gonzalo Higuain and Marko Pjaca to the already stocked attack, Juventus still wish to bring back Chelsea’s Juan Cuadrado for next season, and a meeting is already underway to find a solution.
The latest from Gianluca Di Marzio has the Bianconeri and Cuadrado’s agent Alessandro Lucci in talks to satisfy the wish of the Colombian who wants a return to Italy. Lucci has been working with the Premier League club to find an agreement this week and as it stands, the sides are discussing a deal in the form of a dry-loan. Di Marzio insists that we should soon understand where the former Fiorentina winger’s future lies.
Earlier in the summer, it was reported that Antonio Conte wanted to retain Cuadrado for this season and make him a key component to his club, but it now seems he has backed off slightly. With Milan no longer a suitor after filling the last non-EU spot on Sosa, all signs point to the Turin club granting Cuadrado his return to Serie A football.