Juventus edge closer to permanent Juan Cuadrado deal

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The forward failed to settle in West London

According to reports, Juan Cuadrado will have signed a permanent contract at Juventus in the coming weeks.

The winger is currently on a season-long loan from Premier League champions Chelsea and is in great form for the Turin-based side.

Spanish media outlet Fichajes.net claim that the Colombian international wants to make his stay at the Serie A champions a permanent one; and Juve feel the same way as they are willing to offer Chelsea their asking price of £18.5 million.

Cuadrado at Chelsea

Cuadrado cost Jose Mourinho approximately £26.8 million when the Blues boss lured him from Fiorentina on Deadline Day of the 2015 winter transfer window.

However, the 27-year old failed to make an impact in England and it is clear he plays his best football in Italy.

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