Two clubs have ‘gentleman’s agreement’ over Colombian’s future
Chelsea and Juventus have a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ regarding the sale of Juan Cuadrado, according to reports.
The Colombian is currently spending the season on-loan with Juve after failing to break into Jose Mourinho‘s first-team, but it looks like the deal is set to be made permanent.
Cuadrado arrived at Chelsea after leaving Fiorentina, but after struggling to adapt to Premier League life, he complete a loan-move back to Italy and Serie A.
The 27-year-old only spent several months at Stamford Bridge, but he was sent out on-loan by Mourinho after Pedro arrived from FC Barcleona.
According to reports, both league champions have agreed on a £15.9million fee which will see Cuadrado stay at Juve in the summer.
Further talks were meant to be held in January, but the Blues have postponed them until March so they can focus on their current woes on the pitch.
Written by Alex Batt – @AlexBatt