Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado has suggested that he wants to leave the club before the end of the month.
The Premier League champions secured the signing of Pedro on Thursday, beating rivals Man United to his signature.
While the Spanish winger later joined his new teammates at training, his arrival has pushed one of them closer to the exit door with Cuadrado falling further down the pecking order.
As a result, the Colombian has intimated to the club that he wishes to leave, according to Tuttosport, and Serie A champions Juventus are standing by with a bid.
Cuadrado only signed for Chelsea in January from Fiorentina in a £26.1m deal, but he struggled to settle and started just four Premier League games before the end of the season.
Juve have also been linked with Christian Eriksen and Julian Draxler, but with neither player expected to make the switch to Turin, they could turn their attention to the Chelsea misfit instead.
As a result, Cuadrado is seen as an alternative to their primary targets, and so it is unlikely that the former Viola star will get his wish to leave England until the very end of the transfer window if Juve fail elsewhere.