Juan Cuadrado to decide between Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea after the Colombian World Cup campaign.
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Stunning Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado is set to decide on his future after the World Cup, with Premier League giants Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea all interested in the Fiorentina man, according to reports from the Daily Star.
Cuadrado, along with international team-mate James Rodriguez, has been one of the stars of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, impressing with his pace, trickery and direct running whilst operating across the attacking line.
The former Udinese man said that he was perfectly happy at his Florence based club, but also did not rule out any potential move:
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: my family and I are very happy in Florence.”
“Right now I’m focussed on the World Cup. After which, the time will come to think about my future.”
The player seems to be made for the Premier League, with his undoubted technical ability being backed up by impressive physical attributes.
Cuadrado bagged his first World Cup goal from the penalty spot in Colombia’s 4-1 group stage victory over Greece, whilst he also provided a vital assist for James as the AS Monaco man scored the crucial second in their last sixteen win against Uruguay.
Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea are all on the look-out for attacking reinforcements this summer, but a huge fee in excess of £20 million would be required to tempt Fiorentina into selling.