Chelsea made the most shocking transfer deal of the season after beating Manchester United to the signature of Barcelona winger Pedro for £21.4m.
They will have a difficult time offloading Cuadrado though, as he has struggled in his stint at Stamford Bridge.
The Colombian international was signed from Fiorentina for £27m in 2014 and the Blues will likely have to take a hefty financial hit to offload the 27-year-old.
Cuadrado is believed to have interest from Serie A giants Juventus.
The Blues should have no problem finding a suitor for Moses though, after the Nigerian international impressed during his loan stint with Stoke City last season.
Moses has reportedly drawn interest from Premier League duo Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur.
Chelsea have already added to its defence this week following the signing of Baba Rahman from Bundesliga outfit Augsburg.
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