The 27-year-old is set to join the Bianconeri after failing to make any sort of impact at Stamford Bridge. Since arriving last January he has been unable to score or assist a single goal, despite costing £23.3 million from Fiorentina.
Even with this record, fans of the Old Lady seem overjoyed to be so close to signing the player, who impressed at the 2014 World Cup.
— JuventusFC (@juventusfc) August 24, 2015
The Old Lady are signing the Colombia international on a season-long loan, bringing him back to the league to where he made his name. Before his move to Chelsea, the winger managed four goals and four assists in 17 Sere A appearances last season.
Jose Mourinho is unlikely to be mourning the departure of the forward, especially after the arrival of Pedro. The former Barcelona man scored on his debut against West Brom last Sunday, already improving on Cuadrado’s return from the last eight months. The Blues also have Willian at the club, who played ahead of the Colombian in their matches against Swansea City and Manchester City this month.