Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado is a target for Premier League giants Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United. Fiorentina’s co-owner Andrea Della Valle confirms interest in Cuadrado from the three english sides.
Andrea Della Valle has been quoted as saying, ‘It’s a tricky situation, as half of Europe are knocking on his door.’ United are said to have made a £30 million bid for the winger however Van Gaal would have his work cut out trying to persuade the winger to move to Manchester as Cuadrado has said he believes the English game wouldn’t suit his style of play.
The former Udinese man has impressed during his time at Fiorentina after arriving on a permanent deal after an initial loan spell Cuadrado bagged 11 goals and 6 assists in 32 games for Fiorentina last season. The winger also impressed during Colombia’s World Cup run, his impressive run of form has lead to a huge rise in his worth.
The Premier League sides face competition from Barcelona and Bayern Munich for the 26 year old’s signature.
Written by Ben Waterhouse – @BenWaterhouse_