If reports in the British media is anything to go by, Chelsea are set to relax their demands for last winter signing Juan Cuadrado in order to recoup their investment. The Colombian has been linked with a move back to Italy with the likes of his former club Fiorentina, Inter Milan, Juventus and As Roma linked to him so far.
Cuadrado who joined Chelsea last January has failed to justify his £26.1million move and his touted to be on his way out of the club this summer. Chelsea were initially reluctant to let him leave on loan preferring to sell the South American out rightly.
However, new reports claim the Blues will consider loaning out the player should a decent loan offer arrive for him. According to the reports, a loan offer that covers the bulk of the player’s wages and a mandatory offer to buy will be considered by Chelsea.
Juventus are said to be the foremost team in the running for him but considering there are other clubs in the running for him, Chelsea seem to be in a position of strength and may well recoup a good amount of the money spent to acquire him 8 months ago.