Chelsea have ‘gentleman’s agreement’ with Juventus for Cuadrado

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Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado seems set for a permanent move to Italy.

The Colombian winger failed to impress Jose Mourinho after a big-money move from Fiorentina and was loaned out to Juventus after a few months.

According to the Italian media (via SportWitness), it seems that Chelsea have already agreed to a fee with Juventus for the Colombian.

Juventus will have to shell out around 22 million euros for the tricky wide player if they want to make the move permanent this summer.

Cuadrado has impressed for the Italian champions since joining them on loan and is keen to continue in Italy beyond his loan spell. Although there have been reports that the incoming Chelsea manager Antonio Conte wants to work with Cuadrado at Stamford Bridge, Gazzetta Dello Sport are confident that Juventus can get the deal done if they want to.

Although there have been reports that the incoming Chelsea manager Antonio Conte wants to work with Cuadrado at Stamford Bridge, Gazzetta Dello Sport are confident that Juventus can get the deal done if they want to.

It will be interesting to see if Cuadrado is willing to go back to Chelsea if Conte tries to convince him.

The Colombian has always been a very good player in the Serie A, but he struggled with the intensity and pace of the Premier League. At this stage of his career, he cannot afford to take the same risk twice and he might opt to stay in his comfort zone.

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