Earlier this morning, we relayed information from Gazzetta dello Sport that Juventus had done a full 360 regarding their interest for Juan Cuadrado.
By this, they meant the Serie A champions were once again keen on bringing the Colombian back for another season on another loan.
Calciomercato.com on Wednesday claim to have an update on the situation, and that is the small detail Cuadrado has apparently already said ‘yes’ to a return to Turin.
It’s claimed Chelsea and Antonio Conte would much prefer the player to stay in London, but the former Fiorentina star is apparently pushing for a move back to Italy.
Juventus’ offer this time is a loan with a view to buy, meaning contract details are being sorted out for the Colombian winger, and he’s already agreed to their offer of €3m/year (£50k/week).
The player’s agent is already allegedly hard at work to convince Chelsea to let him go, meaning this could accelerate rather quickly in the next few days, unless the Stamford Bridge contingent put their foot down and force him to stay.