Juan Cuadrado Corriere dello Sport July 22ndCorriere dello Sport report on Friday that AC Milan are very interested in Juan Cuadrado. The Colombian has proven himself in Serie A for both Fiorentina, and then later Juventus on loan.

He wasn’t able to settle under Jose Mourinho at Chelsea, and went to Turin, where it was expected he’d stay beyond the loan period.

Although there’s still interest from Juventus, they’ve got more pressing transfer issues to deal with at the moment, and so Cuadrado is on the back-burner.

Corriere dello Sport say Milan are looking at a loan, with a purchase option, which may be compulsory., That would see an offer of €25m, but the club are so determined they’re ready to go up to €30m as the overall cost.

That would be a huge commitment from AC Milan, and they may well only be able to do it if Colombian striker Carlos Bacca, Cuadrado’s national teammate, accepts his proposed move to West Ham, with a €30m fee agreed between the clubs.