Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is keen to make Winger Juan Cuadrado’s deal at the Juventus Stadium permanent. The loanee Arrived from Premier League champions Chelsea in the closed season until the end of the season.
Despite failing to find the net in 14 games for the Italian champions they still look willing to splash out £16 million on the versitile wide man in the coming transfer window.
Chelsea had initially been looking for a fee in the region of £18 million for Cuadrado, however they will be willing to listen to lower offers to Bank the money for the 27 year old sooner rather than later.
After arriving at Stamford Bridge last January from Fiorentina the Colombian struggled to settle into Jose Mourinho’s side and was limited to little Premier League game time for them.
Mourinho Would be able to sign One player if Juan Cuadrado moved to Juventus
Chelsea could be tempted to renew there intrest in John Stones or move in for another winger after Roma activated Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah loan clause.
“When people start some rumours, they have to think a little bit,” said Mourinho. “Why? Because, when Chelsea have Pedro, Hazard, Willian, Kenedy, Traore, Cuadrado and Moses, we cannot make a collection of wingers. If you want to make up rumours, try and make them up for players in positions where we don’t have so many,“ said Mourinho