Juve, Cuadrado says yes to a return to Turin: the details of the contract

17 August at 13:56
On August 24 2015, Juan Cuadrado returned to Italy after six months at Chelsea. Turin was his destination but after a successful season with Juventus, the Colombian returned to London after the bianconeri decided not to take up an option to buy him outright. A year later, the 28-year-old is ready to return to Italy with Juve coach Max Allegri identifying him as the perfect reinforcement for his squad.
The bianconeri are negotiating with Chelsea on a new loan-deal only this time, with the obligation to take the player permanently at the end of the season. Antinio Conte would like Cuadrado to stay at Stamford Bridge but the player himself has failed to adapt to English football and wants a return to Serie A. The former Fiorentina man has already agreed to Juve’s offer of €3 million per season now his agent has to convince Chelsea executives to let him go. Despite Simone Zaza’s move to Wolfsburg collapsing earlier today, Juve will continue to negotiate the return of Cuadrado.
Steve Mitchell @barafundler


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