Watford and West Ham United are again both named in the race for the Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado.
Newspaper Corriere Torino claims it’s likely the player will leave the club this summer, a year before the end of his contract with the Old Lady.
It’s said that Cuadrado currently has an valuation of €25-30m, and Juventus would be happy to make some money instead of losing him for free an year later.
Regarding the interested sides, there would be Watford, West Ham, Sevilla and Valencia.
Juventus would prefer not to sell to any of these clubs.
The best scenario for the Old Lady would be to send Cuadrado to his former club Fiorentina, so Juve would find a discount in a deal for Federico Chiesa, who’s a top target for the club this summer.
So if the other clubs want to stand a chance in this race, they better make their bids before Juventus and Fiorentina find a deal.