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 Sport Witness, the Colombian International who is currently on loan to Juventus could make his move permanent before January transfer window opens.
Juan Cuadrado arrived Chelsea from Fiorentina on a four-and-a-half-year deal for an initial fee of €23.3 million which could rise to €26.8 million 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 when he stated in an interview
“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”.
With the arrival of Pedro Rodriguez to Chelsea during the transfer window and not assured of a starting berth at Chelsea, Juan Cuadrado signed a season long loan deal with the Turin giant Juventus on the 25th of August 2015.
It is 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.
Sport witness also reported that talks between both clubs are ongoing and that Juventus are keen on the deal coming true as soon as possible in other to avoid other clubs hijacking the deal during January transfer window.
It all depends on Chelsea to accept the deal or look at the player’s progress to see if he fits the team In the future.