Well it was fun while it lasted, but Juan Cuadrado probably won’t be missed by many at Stamford Bridge.
Following Chelsea’s successful transfer for Barcelona winger Pedro, the Blues have agreed to sell Juan Cuadrado to make room on their roster.
According to Squawka, Chelsea have reached an agreement with defending Serie A champions Juventus on an £18 million transfer of Cuadrado to the Italian outfit.
The move would not only free up a spot in the starting rotation for Pedro to fit right in, it would also help the Blues recoup some of the £21 million-plus they paid Barcelona to sign him.
Chelsea first acquired Juan Cuadrado on a £23 million transfer out of Fiorentina back in February, but he struggled to make an impact and made just 15 total appearances during his time with the Blues.
Juventus are in need of help in the middle after veteran Andrea Pirlo moved to New York City FC, Arturo Vidal went to Bayern Munich and with a potential departure of superstar Paul Pogba.
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