Cuadrado open to the idea of a summer move, with the Red Devils and Juventus said to be interested.
Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado is in no hurry to decide his future amid speculation linking him with interest from Manchester United and Juventus, according to the London Evening Standard.
Cuadrado has played his club football for Fiorentina since August 2012, but the Florence outfit only secured full ownership of the 26-year-old last month when they purchased Udinese’s rights.
Despite having just become a full Fiorentina player, Cuadrado attracted interest from elsewhere with a number of fine displays for his country at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
He started all five of Colombia’s matches in Brazil, scoring one goal and providing four assists.
Cuadrado says that he has yet to receive any official offers from potential new suitors, but he seems open to the idea of a move.
He is quoted as saying: “I don’t know yet what will happen. At this moment I haven’t received any concrete offers from any club.”
“You read a lot of things in the press, but at the moment there is nothing concrete.
“I’m not in a hurry to decide my future. We’ll see what happens. Wherever I play I will try to give my best in every match.”
Cuadrado is extremely versatile. He can operate on either flank, in the centre of midfield or even as a full-back.