Chelsea agree fee with Juventus ahead of January move

Chelsea have agreed a fee to sell Juan Cuadrado to Juventus in the coming window, the Metro claims.

The Colombian moved to the Premier League champions in January from Fiorentina, but failed to make an impact in his opening six months with the club.

Cuadrado has since returned to Italy, on loan with Juventus, and is back to form with his temporary club, and the Old Lady are negotiating his purchase currently.

The Blues are said to have agreed a cut-down fee of £15.75 Million for the winger, a loss of around £10 Million, for a player who failed to score in any of his 15 appearances for the Stamford Bridge club.

Cuadrado has become a first-team regular for Juve, who are actually enduring similar struggles to the West-London outfit, with the Turin outfit having lost four of their opening 11 league fixtures, sitting nine points behind league leaders Fiorentina currently.

Juventus allowed experienced stars Carlos Tevez, Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo to leave this summer, while Chelsea lost Petr Cech and Didier Drogba, which could be blamed for their early downfalls.

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