Chelsea flop Juan Cuadrado could leave London for Italy as Juventus and Inter Milan are weighing up moves to land the winger.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte confirmed that Juan Cuadrado would remain at Stamford Bridge for the upcoming Premier League campaign.
New Chelsea boss Antonio Conte will be looking to make a few changes to his side in order to take the Blues back to the top four in the Premier League, and this reshuffling could see some of the club's promising loanees given an opportunity to revive their Stamford Bridge careers.
Despite a heartbreaking 4-2 loss against the Bavarians, Juventus scored arguably the best goal of the game when their attacking duo of Alvaro Morata and Juan Cuadrado combined to create some magical football.
Paulo Dybala struck a late penalty to save Juventus's blushes in a 1-1 draw with Chievo, although they remain six points behind title rivals Roma ahead of their Champions League opener against Manchester City.
Chelsea FC forward Juan Cuadrado has signed for Juventus on a season-long loan deal, the Italian champions confirmed on Tuesday.
The Colombian winger has spent a frustrating six months in England following his January transfer from Fiorentina this year, and it appears Chelsea FC are not keen on prolonging the 27-year-old's stay either. Meanwhile, Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah will definitely leave the club this summer.
Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado has endured a tumultuous six months in the Premier League since signing for Chelsea FC in January, but is set to stay at the club according to the player’s agent
Serie A champions Juventus have already made some impressive signings this summer and are now looking to add to their acquisitions by declaring their interest in Chelsea FC winger Juan Cuadrado
Transfer business between Chelsea FC and Atlético Madrid is set to resume this summer with Atléti reportedly interested in Juan Cuadrado whilst the Blues remain in the race for Turkish midfielder Arda Turan