Chelsea loaned Midfielder Juan Cuadrado is set to make his move to reigning Italian Champions Juventus
permanent if reports making rounds are true.
According to the Express, the Colombian International who is currently on loan to Juventus could make his move permanent in coming weeks.
Cuadrado arrive Chelsea from Fiorentina on a four-and-a-half-year dear for an initial fee of €23.3 million which could rise to €26.8 million; but he could not command a regular shirt as his adjustment to English football was slow.
Although Mourinho acknowledged that he needed time to adapt to the demands of the Premier League.
In an interview last season, Mourinho said concerning the winger:
“He needs time to adapt to the Premier League. I know Italy and I know the difference between Italy and England; his formation, his development, his experience –everything was in Italy”.
The arrival of Pedro Rodriguez in the summer signaled that his chances of playing would be limited; Cuadrado then signed a season long loan deal with Turin giant Juventus on the 25th of August 2015.
It is has been reported that Juventus are planning to offer €20 million plus bonuses of €3.2 million to the Colombian international with deal in sight as January transfer window looms ahead.
With Cuadrado’s agent Alessandro Lucci expected in London for talks with Chelsea in coming weeks, it would be seen if deal would materialize considering the domestic woes of Chelsea this season as the team would be focused on resuscitating their ailing season