Colombia international could join Serie A on permanent basis
Juventus have come to a secretive agreement with Chelsea that the Serie A side can sign winger Juan Cuadrado for £16 million next summer.
The 27-year-old only joined Chelsea in February, but has failed to make an impact on manager Jose Mourinho’s selection choices, making just 15 appearances for the club in all competitions.
He joined Juventus on loan this summer in order to gain some much needed game time, with no deal in the contract that the Serie A champions could sign him on a permanent basis.
Chelsea ready to sell
It is believed the former Fiorentina man could return to Italy on a permanent deal, as reports suggest that Juve will sign the winger for £7 million less than the Blues bought him for earlier this year.
Cuadrado joined Fiorentina on a permanent basis following a successful loan spell, going on to score 15 goals in 49 league appearances.
Should the Colombia international impress the Juve hierarchy, he will be free to say goodbye to Stamford Bridge for good.
Cuadrado is yet to start a league game for Juve, but was in the eleven that won away at Manchester City in the Champions League, in their first group stage match.