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Despite some highs and lows, Juan Cuadrado’s performances have been more than acceptable so far, even if the Colombian winger has sometimes struggles to find the right consistency under Massimiliano Allegri.

Everyone at the club, from the manager to Marotta and Paratici, is happy with the help that Cuadrado is giving the team.

The 27-year-old winger joined the Stadium on loan from Chelsea last summer and the two sides have a verbal agreement to make the player’s move in Turin permanent for a fee of €20 million.

Marotta has publicly revealed that he wants the former Fiorentina and Chelsea man to be part of the team also in the next campaign, and, according to’s transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano, the club eager to offer €14-15 million to make his loan deal permanent.

The Old Lady believes the player’s will can be an important ally during negotiations. Romano reports that Cuadrado does not want to go back to the Bridge, even if José Mourinho is not the Blues’ manager anymore.

The player’s position could help the Bianconeri to lower Chelsea’s economic requests.

Lorenzo Bettoni (@lorebetto)