Blues could sell Cuadrado to Juventus.
The Italian giants are said to be tracking the Colombian international ahead of the new season, with the player badly struggling to settle in at Stamford Bridge since his move to England in the winter.
The 27-year-old made only 12 Premier League appearances last season and didn’t score a single goal for the Blues, making most of his appearances from the bench after seemingly failing to impress manager Jose Mourinho.
ESPN recently reported that Cuadrado’s agent denied any exit rumours and expected his client to remain at Chelsea for next season, but that has not stopped the speculation coming back.
Cuadrado impressed during his time in Serie A, and it is little surprise to see Italian sides showing an interest in him despite his failing to replicate that form in English football, with the Daily Mirror previously stating that Inter Milan could also be contenders for his signature this summer.
TalkSPORT add weight to the possibilty of the player’s exit by saying that Chelsea are ready to replace Cuadrado with another wide-player, with the London Evening Standard previously mentioning Atletico MAdrid star Antoine Griezmann as one target in that role, while the Metro have also linked the club with Lazio starlet Felipe Anderson.