Juan Cuadrado has made to headlines last few days as his future with both Chelsea and Juventus being uncertain.
Cuadrado who is currently on a loan deal with Juventus, has his future on question as earlier reports suggest that Juventus are going ahead with a deal to sign the Columbian permanently, further stating that they have a Gentleman’s agreement to sign the player, at an amount between €20m and €22m.
However, looks like Antonio Conte heading to Chelsea has changed everything for the player as well as the club, as Conte is said to be a huge fan of the player, and wanted to sign him while he was managing at Juventus.
Reports suggest that Juventus have already looked out for Cuadrado’s replacement and that would be Sassuolo winger Domenico Berardi, who was heavily linked with a moved to Tottenham. According to Tuttosport Juventus bosses will be using their preferential buying option and will try to bring the player to the club.