Two bids were made for the Colombian over the summer but he looks set to stay in Italy.
Fiorentina midfielder Juan Cuadrado looks set to stay in Serie A despite bids from major European clubs being revealed, one of which is thought to be Manchester United.
The Red Devils have been keeping a close eye on the Colombia international for some time after his impressive performances for club and country over the past 12 months.
Cuadrado’s agent Alessandro Lucci has confirmed that La Viola received bids for his client, but they did not meet the club’s valuation and now the 26-year-old looks set to sign a new contract at the Stadio Artemio Franchi instead.
“Last summer I had offers from two top European clubs for Cuadrado, but they were not sufficient to deal with Fiorentina,” Lucci told Tutto Mercato.
“I am convinced that we will find an agreement (for the contract’s extension) which satisfies all the parties, because this is the will of those involved.”
Cuadrado has also been strongly linked with FC Barcelona, although if FIFA’s transfer ban imposed on them is upheld they cannot sign any new players until January 2016.
The Colombian has been attracting interest after his impressive performances in the Italian top tier last term that saw the midfield ace score 15 goals and provide 11 assists in 43 matches in all competitions.
Cuadrado then drew further plaudits at the 2014 World Cup as his nation reached the quarter-finals.