Juventus are on the verge to sign Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado on a Permanent basis.
The Serie Champions can keep Colombian forward for two seasons from now, but they are determined to sign him on a permanent basis and planning to negotiate with Chelsea as soon as transfer window will be reopened.
Italian giants have claimed they are under obligation to sign the South American winger after he’s played a certain number of games, or when he’s achieved a certain level of success with the club and win Serie A this term could be a key in the transfer.
Massimiliano Allegri’s side are now a Serie A champions after win over Crotone and now Chelsea board should be expecting visit from Juventus.
According to Calciomercato, this may be enough to trigger the process to complete £21.4million deal for 28-year-old forward.
Colombian star has joined Chelsea from Serie A outfits Fiorentina back in January 2015, however, has played only 15 games for the Blues after being surprisingly sidelined by Jose Mourinho.
It was initially thought that Colombian star could be handed more playing time under Antonio Conte when he took over last summer, however, he has been again sent back to the Turin.
The 28-year-old winger has shone at Juve and it is little surprise to see him still being a Chelsea player on the paper.