Juventus seem keen on snatching one of Chelsea’s midfielder, after the inquiry into Oscar failed to yield results, the Turin side seem to have switched interest to another Stamford Bridge indigene, Colombian winger, Juan Cuadrado.
Chelsea flop Juan Cuadrado is being tracked by Serie A champions Juventus, claim reports in Italy.
The winger failed to make an impression at Stamford Bridge during the second half of last season following his £21m move from Fiorentina in January.
Chelsea are keen to offload the Colombian to make way for another signing and, according to SportItalia, Juve have been keeping a close eye on Cuadrado’s situation this summer.
The Old Lady are searching for an attacking midfielder and see Cuadrado as an ideal fit for their squad.
The 27-year-old still has four years left on his contract in west London but is keen to make a swift return to Serie A.