Stamford Bridge star set to make Serie A switch.
Juventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed the deal is set to go ahead and the Colombian’s departure is perhaps no surprise given how ineffective he has proven since his January move to West London.
Juan Cuadrado hasn’t managed a single goal or assist in 13 Premier League appearances and the arrival of Pedro has all but sealed his fate.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has elected to primarily use Willian on the right-hand side of his attack, though the Brazilian was in a more floating role with Pedro in the Blues line-up for their 3-2 win over West Brom on Sunday.
Chelsea paid Fiorentina £27m for Juan Cuadrado, albeit some elements of the deal were dependent on performance related aspects that the South American hasn’t triggered, and should his move to Turin become a permanent one then one imagines the Premier League title holders will struggle to recoup their outlay.