Juventus’ chief executive has claimed that Antonio Conte’s arrival at Chelsea will not stop a Juan Cuadrado move
Juventus will still try to sign Juan Cuadrado permanently in the summer despite the expected appointment of Antonio Conte as new Chelsea boss.
The Italian side have had the winger on loan this year and he will remain with the club until the end of the season. In Serie A, he has proved how good of a player he can be once again and the Turin side are eager to keep hold of him on a permanent basis.
However, with the expected appointment of Antonio Conte in summer as new Chelsea boss, the Colombia international will likely be recalled by the Blues and if the manager likes what he sees in training, he could try to keep hold of him.
Cuadrado is happy in Italy
However, not only as the player himself claimed he is happy playing his football in Italy but Juve’s chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has also claimed that they will try to get him permanently no matter what happens.
He said: “As for Cuadrado? I don’t think Conte will influence our decision – we will try to keep him here.”
Cuadrado has clearly made a lasting impression playing for Juventus and the Serie A side will be desperate to tie up a permanent deal for the winger when the summer transfer window opens.