Cuardao biding his time over his future.
Manchester United’s midfield target Juan Cuadrado is in no rush to decide over his immediate future.
The Colombian World Cup star, who scored twice and assisted four times in the tournament for his team, is now hot property in the transfer market, and has not ruled out a move away from Fiorentina.
“I don’t know yet what will happen,” the 26-year-old was quoted by the London Evening Standard.
“At this moment I haven’t received any concrete offers from any club. You read a lot of things in the press, but at the moment there is nothing concrete.
“I’m not in a hurry to decide my future.We’ll see what happens. Wherever I play I will try to give my best in every match.”
Cuadrado is a versatile player, who normally occupies the wings, but can play anywhere across the midfield as well as a full-back.
His impressive performances at Fiorentina for the last couple of seasons have attracted widespread attention from other European giants Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona, but he does not seem to be having any clarity over his future yet.
Manchester United meanwhile, are willing to match La Viola’s £30 million plus asking price for their star man, but the Red Devils cannot be sure of acquiring Cuadrado because of the immense interest in the Colombian superstar.
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