Juan Cuadrado’s future seems uncertain as the summer transfers loom closer. Currently on loan with Juventus from Chelsea, the Columbian winger moved to Juventus on a free deal.
According to reports from Calciomercato, although the loan deal was free the two respective clubs have come to a Gentleman’s agreement wherein Juventus can buy the player at €22m/£17m in the summer.
While Cuadrado has always stated that he is enjoying his time at Juventus, according to reports Chelsea’s would be manager Antonio Conte wants to keep Cuadrado in Chelsea.
As of now the rumor mills seem to do all the work as neither of the clubs have had any talks regarding the player’s future, however Gazzetta Dello Sport believe if Juventus want the player on a permanent basis then they can sign him in €22m.
Although one must consider that the Italian media has been reporting similar claims every time Cuadrado has a good game or vice versa which includes a report stating Juventus are looking to sign the player at a lower fee or not sign the player at all.