Chelsea are reportedly set to sell Juan Cuadrado, provided that they can wrap up a deal for €30m Barcelona winger Pedro.
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Cuadrado moved to Stamford Bridge from Fiorentina back in January, but he has struggled to settle in the English capital and has been linked with a return to Serie A this summer.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are believed to be monitoring Pedro’s situation in Barcelona, with the Spanish international conceding that he may have to consider his options this summer.
Having already fallen down the pecking order at Camp Nou, Pedro will likely see his playing minutes further reduced following the arrival of Arda Turan last month.
As a result, he may be willing to look at his options elsewhere and with a €30m release clause in his contract, the Premier League champions are believed to be interested.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Juventus are considering an offer of an initial €4m loan deal to acquire Cuadrado and then set a mandatory redemption clause at €24m.
However, it is reported that the offer still falls short of Jose Mourinho’s demands, with the Chelsea boss looking closer to €34m to let the Colombian ace leave.