Juan Cuadrado could be leaving Stamford Bridge less than six months after arriving.
Chelsea is reportedly looking to sell Juan Cuadrado to Italy after less than six months with the club.
According to the Metro, Cuadrado’s agent Alessandro Lucci has been holding talks with other clubs about a potential transfer for the 27-year-old Columbia who appeared in just 12 games for the Blues in the 2014-15 season. The Metro reported that Inter Milan and Roma are among the clubs with the most interest.
Cuadrado joined Chelsea in the middle of the 2014-15 season after three impressive seasons with Fiorentina that included 20 goals in just 85 appearances. But Cuadrado failed to make the kind of immediate impact that Chelsea fans were hoping he’d make – especially at the price tag of over £23 million.
With Chelsea reportedly trying hard to land Paul Pogba from Juventus, it might behoove the Blues to unload Cuadrado soon in order to free up the cash to make a qualifying bid.