Chelsea are growing impatient over the form of Juan Cuadrado and want to sell the Colombian immediately. Cuadrado was bought for a handsome fee of £25million earlier this year.
However, since his move to Stamford Bridge, he has not been doing enough in training to impress Jose Mourinho in handing him a start.
Cuadrado has just started 1 game for the Blues so far. Spanish newspaper, Super De Porte understands that Jose Mourinho has now lost out of patience and has contacted the Super-Agent Jorge Mendes to find a new club for Cuadrado.
Mendes is also Mourinho’s representative and has very good working relations with the Chelsea manager. As things stand, Cuadrado will leave Stamford Bridge before the next season starts and a likely move back to the Serie A is on the cards.
According to Di Marzio, both Juventus and Inter Milan are willing to sign Cuadrado next season, however a move could stuck due to the Italian club’s demands of initially signing Cuadrado on loan.
Chelsea want Cuadrado gone for good and that is why they have moved forward in pursuing Arda Turan’s signing this summer.
Turan will give similar options to Chelsea as Cuadrado gives with less of speed however. Cuadrado came to the Premier League with high hopes but that has fallen down like pack of cards and his failure to adapt to the English game is seen as the biggest reason.