Guiseppe Marotta Director General of Juventus has insisted that Juan Cuadrado would be happy to make his move permanent with Juventus. The player joined the Turin giants on loan from Chelsea in the summer.
With outstanding performances for the Italian side already, Juventus are set to make his loan deal permanent with a fee around£16 million to be agreed for the winger.
According to the Mirror, Marrota confirms that the club has been impressed with Cuadrado contributions to the team and would be pleased to make the deal permanent. Marotta said concerning cuadrado :
“He’s expressed his happiness at being here with us and his happiness to continue here in the future.
“We’ll look at things with Chelsea at the appropriate time, but it’s very likely that there will be a good conclusion.
Cuadrado moved to Chelsea from Fiorentina after scintillating performances at the Brazil 2014 World Cup where he helped Colombia to the quarter final stage.
His move was welcomed at the club but he failed to make a mark at the club after a difficult start to life in the premiership.
The player had few opportunities to impress at a star studded team and was eventually loaned to Juventus with an option to make his loan move permanent.