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Premier League giants Chelsea could get a £3.5m binus if Juventus manage to win both Serie A and Champions League this season, according to reports.

The Blues have loaned out winger Juan Cuadrado on a three year deal to Juventus earlier this season and the triumphs in Serie A and Champions League by Juventus could rake up more money through add-ons in the Colombian contract.

Juventus are currently paying £4.5m per season to Chelsea as part of the loan deal and they could pay £8.4m at the end of loan deal to make the move permanent. Chelsea also have plenty of performance related bonuses based on the silverware won by Juventus during the loan period.

The 28-year old has become an integral part of Juve this season as the Italian giants swooped in for him once again this summer after his impressive loan spell last year at Turin.

According to Goal, The Old Lady are set to pay an additional £3.5m bonuses at the end of the season should they won both league title and Champions League. Cuadrado never got settled at Stamford Bridge since moving from Serie A club Fiorentina in 2015 for a massive £23.3m and since move to Juventus on a loan deal.

He was expected to play a major role under Conte earlier in the season but the Italian has ensured that the Colombian is sent to Juve once again as Cuadrado was not in the plans of Conte for the season. It is also believed that Chelsea could manage to get £24m at the end of the three year loan spell.

However, they could earn as much as £32.4m on the transfer if Juve decides to sign him next summer. Cuadrado has only appeared as a substitute in both the legs against Monaco and could feature in the final against Real Madrid on June 3.

Juventus are also currently leading the Serie A title race as they are seven points clear at the top of the league and could also manage a historic treble should they win the finals of Coppa Italia and Champions League by the end of the season.

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