Juan Cuadrado’s days as a Chelsea player have come to an end. If we’re being honest, they never really started.
Cuadrado arrived at Stamford Bridge with plenty of expectation, but failed to replicate the performances he put in at Fiorentina in a Chelsea shirt.
Despite being crowned a Premier League champion for his brief cameo between January and May 2015, Cuadrado failed to have any sort of influence in West London, and Chelsea have subsequently cashed-in.
The Daily Mail report that Juventus have confirmed the signing of Cuadrado on a permanent transfer. The 28-year-old has spent two seasons on loan in Turin, and as the Daily Mail report, he will now be sticking around on a permanent basis.
According to the Daily Mail, Juventus have parted with £17million to secure Cuadrado’s services, a fee that Antonio Conte will be allowed to spend in the upcoming transfer window.
Thanks for the memories, Juan, if there is any.