Considered a flop at Chelsea, Juan Cuadrado has enjoyed a revitalizing season on loan to Juventus and the Serie A giants appear to want him on a permanent deal. At the same time though, the once-again-crowned Serie A champions also want to bring in another Stamford Bridge star: midfielder Oscar.
According to the Daily Mail, Juventus are trying to complete a permanent transfer move for Cuadrado and have also expressed interest in acquiring Oscar in the same swoop.
Earlier this week, Oscar hinted at a possible move to Juventus by ‘Liking’ an Instagram post relating to his transfer to the Old Lady.
The 24-year-old Brazilian has endured a bit of a down year, scoring three goals with just three assists in the Premier League plus another two goals and an assist in the Champions League.
As for Cuadrado, the Colombian once deemed a flop at Stamford Bridge, has scored five goals and added five assists between Serie A and the Champions League. However, Antonio Conte is believed to want him back at Stamford Bridge when he takes over after Euro 2016.
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