South American has been linked with an Old Trafford switch all summer.
Fiorentina winger Juan Cuadrado has refused to rule out a possible move to Manchester United before the transfer window closes, the Daily Mail reports.
Cuadrado has been in impressive form for over a year now after a series of excellent displays for Fiorentina in last season’s Serie A and for Colombia at this summers World Cup.
The Colombian’s fine form has attracted the attention of both Manchester United and Barcelona. Despite La Viola boss Vincenzo Montella insisting that Cuadrado isn’t for sale, the player himself appears to have other ideas.
“My future does not depend on me, there is still time until the market closes, no? I don’t know…,” said Cuadrado regarding his future.
Fiorentina are reportedly demanding around £30 million for their star man and despite Cuadrado’s comments, Montella is confident that the Columbian winger will remain in Florence for the time being.
‘He’s been here in the past, he is here now and he will be here in the future,’ he told La Nazione.
Manchester United appear to be close to signing Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria for a British record £60 million. Despite this, United manager Louis Van Gaal is known to like employing wingers in his side so he could well make a move for Cuadrado before the transfer window closes.
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