It is a transitional summer at Juventus with Carlos Tevez and Andrea Pirlo parting ways with the club after an immensely successful season, and with the Serie A champions recruiting the likes of Sami Khedira, Paulo Dybala and Mario MandA?uki amongst others to strengthen their squad for the 2015/2016 season.
It would seem that Massimiliano Allegri is also looking to add a right-sided winger to his squad, with rumoured interest in Chelsea FC winger Mohamed Salah, who is now set to join Inter Milan. Juventus have, however, confirmed their interest in another Chelsea winger who is being increasingly linked with a move away from London.
Juan Cuadrado has spent six difficult months at Stamford Bridge thus far, and his Chelsea career could be cut short if the Blues were to sign an attacking midfield replacement. The Colombian had a decent Copa America tournament with the national side, and it now away on an extended break, meaning that any decision on his future is not likely to be made for at least another fortnight.
Juventus chief Giuseppe Moratta is quoted by Italian media outlet Sport Mediaset as saying, a We are open to all possibilities. If Chelsea were open to releasing him on loan, wea d be very happy with that.a
Jos Mourinho has insisted that he intends on keeping Cuadrado at Stamford Bridge next season, and it could well be that the opportunity to link up with compatriot Radamel Falcao might bring out the best in the winger.
The Blues are unlikely to consider any offers for Cuadrado a loan or otherwise a unless they first secure a replacement, and as such, Cuadradoa s potential exit from Chelsea could well be late in the transfer window, if in fact he does leave the club.