Juventus and Chelsea have reportedly opened talks for Juan Cuadrado’s future, as the Bianconeri want him permanently for less than the agreed £15.2m.
The Colombia international arrived at the Old Lady on a one-year loan in the summer, with the option to buy for £15.2m.
Tuttosport writes today that talks have already opened between the two clubs to decide on the winger’s future.
The newspaper believes that the Bianconeri are hoping to complete the signing of Cuadrado for a reduced price of less than the previously agreed figure.
However, the outlet believes that negotiations will be a long process and are unlikely to be resolved until February or March.