The Gunners have reportedly submitted a £22 million bid to sign Colombian midfielder Juan Cuadrado this summer
According to a report out by RCN Radio, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is quite keen on getting the former Chelsea player over to the Emirates and have submitted a bid of £22 million for the Juventus man.
He found it hard getting into the starting XI with Chelsea which lead to a move away from Stamford Bridge eventually being loaned out by the Blues.
Cuadrado played two seasons for Juventus before signing for the Italian champions permanently for £17 million.
Although Juventus have been Italy’s strongest team by winning the Serie-A title and coming close to winning the Champions League, Cuadrado’s performances do not seem all that appealing.
Arsenal have also been heavily linked with Thomas Lemar from AS Monaco and reports claim Cuadrado is an alternative if they cannot land their first choice.