Italian giant, Juventus are planning to reunite themselves with Juan Cuadrado, who played in Turin last season after being loaned out by Chelsea.
Having a quite successful time during that one season spell, Bianconeri still keen on getting the Colombian international service, though they must first discussed it with Antonio Conte’s side.
Juve’s director, Beppe Marotta was the one confirming that his side are trying to negotiate things with Chelsea for acquiring Cuadrado again, though there’s still no clear idea what the format will be this time around.
Already making hefty amount of purchases this season, it remain to be seen whether Juve will cash out huge cash again to fully buy Cuadrado outright or will they once again settle for another loan deal.
One thing that Marotta can confirmed is that they are expecting the situation will be cleared in upcoming days, as Italian Serie A season will start this upcoming weekend.