Less than a month after completing a permanent move to the Turin outfit, the attacker could be on the move again this summer as Juve look to evolve
Juventus may only have recently completed a permanent deal to sign winger Juan Cuadardo, but they could be ready to let him depart for €30 million.
The Colombia star has spent the last two seasons on loan in Turin and the Champions League finalists elected to sign him for his buyout fee of €20m on May 22.
However, head coach Max Allegri wishes to change his system to a 4-2-3-1 and is ready to swoop for both Douglas Costa of Bayern Munich and Fiorentina’s Federico Bernardeschi as a result.
To fund these deals, the 29-year-old Colombian could find himself sold, but Juventus will only allow him to leave for at least €30m.
The player has looked somewhat unsettled of late, with his performance levels dipping and his sending off in the Champions League final for a controversial clash with Sergio Ramos confirming that he is not currently himself.
Cuadardo could, therefore, be on the move and his agent Alessandro Lucci is exploring the possibility of a transfer to Spain or France. He would prefer to consider other offers before a switch back to the Premier League.