Chelsea are keen to offload Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado this summer, according to reports.
Cuadrado failed to make an impact at Stamford Bridge since joining the Blues from Fiorentina in a £26.1m deal in January, and The Guardian reports the Premier League champions are keen to offload the player.
However, it is understood Chelsea will not sell Cuadrado for any less than £26.1m with the club looking to recover the amount it paid for the former Udinese man.
According to the report, Cuadrado has been linked with a move back to the Serie A with Juventus however it is unlikely the Italian giants would be keen to match Chelsea’s asking price.
Cuadrado faces a tough battle to break into Jose Mourinho’s starting XI next season, with Eden Hazard, Willian and Victor Moses capable of playing in wide positions.
Chelsea have also been linked with a move for Barcelona winger Pedro, however the Spanish international is believed to be also being chased by Manchester United.
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