In their rebuilding efforts, the Champions League runner up Juventus are looking at Stanford Bridge to see if they can land the Blues outcast Juan Cuadrado.
Reports emanating from Italy are claiming that the Old Ladies have made enquiries as to the availability of the player.The world cup star, Cuadrado, has struggled to find his footing with the EPL champions since he moved from Florentina in the January of this year.
The 27 year-old Colombian winger spent most of his career in Italy and was very impressive during his time with Florentina. He made 106 appearances for them scoring 26goals during these outings.
However, during the last world cup hosted by Brazil, the winger had eye catching performances which drew Chelsea’s attention to signing him for £23.5million. In the same world cup, Cuadrado jointly had the highest number of assist.
Under Mourinho’s watch, cuadradro has played a scanty 14games since January this year but failed to register a goal in any of his outing for the Blues. His deep in form has seen him fallen down Muorinho’s selection pecking order behind Willian and the “come back” Victor Moses.
The Blues are willing to offload him according to reports with Juventus tipped to be his next destination. Juve are keen on filling the vacuum created by departures of Andrea Pirlo and Aturo Vidal.