Italian giant Juventus are reportedly keen on snapping up out of favour Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado this summer.
According to Squawka per Sport Media Set, the Old Lady have prioritised signing Cuadrado in-order to rebuild their team ahead of next season.
Juventus won three major domestic trophies last season while also getting to the final of the UEFA Champions League, but has since lost quite a number of their first team players including Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez who contributed to that achievement.
With the arrival of Nigerian international Victor Moses from a successful season loan move to Stoke City, Cuadrado seems to have falling down the pecking order with the Blues boss Jose Mourinho picking Moses ahead of Cuadrado to replace the legendary John Terry in the 1-0 defeat to Arsenal in the FA Community Shield.
Cuadrado’s skills and talents are undoubted, having proven himself in the World Cup with Columbia and in Italy with Fiorentina. He has however found it difficult to adapt to the pacy Premier League style of play with no assist or goal yet for the Blues.
Moses on the other hand have gotten quite enough EPL experience having played all his footballing career in Englnd and he is also counted as a home grown player for the Blues.