Out of favour Chelsea winger Juan Cuardrado is believed to be done as a Chelsea player under Jose Mourinho with Juventus expected to turn his deal into a permanent one at the end of his loan spell. However, Juventus plans on finalising a permanent deal for Juan Cuadrado could be under serious fire with the uncertainty surrounding Jose Mourinho at Chelsea. According to reports, the Serie A side are ready to offer the Colombian as much as £80,000 a week to get the deal done.
It is understood that Jose Mourinho clearly has no use of Juan Cuadrado in the Chelsea team but in the event that a new manager is selected at Chelsea before the season ends and the new manager becomes unwilling to sell Juan Cuadrado, Juventus plans on landing the winger will be dealt a great blow. This recent turn out of events has prompted Juventus to hasten their attempts in signing Juan Cuadrado before an unlikely turn out of event occur.
Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado who is currently on loan at Juventus failed to make an impact at Chelsea and was shipped back to Italy at the first opportunity. Meanwhile, Chelsea are faced with dark times as the Blues sit 16th in the Premier League after eight matches.
Despite the Blues backing of their manager Mourinho, failure by Chelsea to improve their current form could see Mourinho lose his job which has put Juventus on the move. The Colombian winger has put in series of magnificent displays for the Turin side since his arrival and Allegri will be desperate to keep the 27 year old. If the Colombian was to eventually leave Juventus, it is understood that Juventus will have to battle it out with a lot of prospective clubs for the signature of Juan Cuardrado but the Turin side remains relatively favourites to land the Colombian.