Chelsea are keen to offload Juan Cuadrado permanently. The Colombian winger is on loan at Juventus and the Blues are seeing a permanent transfer for the player.
Juan Cuadrado arrived at Chelsea with a lot of expectations, but the Colombian struggled to fit into the Premier League. A star for Fiorentina, Cuadrado was a highly rated player in Italy.
The Colombian failed to make an instant impact and soon his first team opportunities dried up. After just half a season at Stamford Bridge, Cuadrado has now been loaned out to Juventus.
However, Chelsea are keen to get rid of the player permanently and have asked Juventus to part with 18 million pounds for the Colombian.
It seems Chelsea are keen to offload their fringe players in the January window and add to their struggling squad.
The Premier League champions have made an abysmal start to the season and have picked up just eight points from their eight league games.
Jose Mourinho is under tremendous pressure to deliver and is already looking for options in the transfer market.
The likes of Carvajal, from Real Madrid and Ruben Neves, from Porto have been tracked by the London giants and it seems they are trying to raise some cash by offloading the unwanted players.