Chelsea are finally desperate to offload Juan Cuadrado. The Colombia international is presently on loan at Italian giants Juventus and Mourinho is looking for a permanent transfer for the winger. Reports claiming Chelsea have already held verbal talks with the Serie A champions and the Juventus has agreed to sign the Columbian.
Juan Cuadrado arrived at Stamford Bridge with a lot of potential, but he struggled to adjust with the Premier League’s style of play. Few years ago a promising for Fiorentina, Cuadrado was in the limelight in Serie A as a highly rated hard working player.
But the Colombian didn’t manage to make a quick impact and, as a result, his first team opportunities were all gone. After spending just half a season with the Blues, Cuadrado was loaned out to Juventus.
But now Chelsea are keen to get rid of the Columbian permanently and reports are coming that Mourinho has asked Italian side to pay just 22 million pounds for Quadrado. They are targeting the January transfer window for the troubled Columbian.
The Premier League’s defending champions have made a disastrous start to the campaign and have managed to pick up just 11 points from 9 league games.
As a result, Jose Mourinho is facing huge criticism and is desperate to roll the dice. For that to bolster the struggling squad he is already looking for new promising options in the transfer market.
Carvajal, from Real Madrid and Porto’s Ruben Neves, have been scouted by the Blues and reports suggest they are trying to raise bank balance by offloading the unwanted underperformed players.