Colombian playmaker Juan Cuadrado, who is on loan fron Chelsea FC, is said to be very comfortable with his role at Juventus, and seems to be inclined towards continuing with the Italian champions, in the long run.
After dazzling the world in the 2014 World Cup, Cuadrado was snapped-up by the West London club, for a reported fee of A?24 million. The Colombian however, failed to earn a regular spot in Jose Mourinhoa s starting eleven and now has been shipped off on loan to Turin.
Speaking at a shareholdera s meet, Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta said that although no concrete plans have been made as of yet for the Columbian to stay at the club.
a We have no right of redemption, at Chelseaa s request, it is just a loan,a Marotta was quoted saying, by Daily Mirror, at the meet. a Hea s expressed his happiness at being here with us, and (his desire to) continue here in future.
a Wea ll look at things with Chelsea at the appropriate time, but ita s very likely that there will be a good conclusion,a continued Marotta.
Cuadrado found solace with the Old Lady this season, already having made seven appearances, and according to the Daily Mirror, is quite happy at the Turin-based club.
Meanwhile, Chelsea FC have been struggling with their matches, in London, and have been on the lookout for an inspiration for rare wins this season. It remains to be seen, how Chelsea FC would react to an offer from Juventus to make the Cuadrado deal permanent.