Juan Cuadrado has rejected speculation of a possible move to Italian champions Juventus. “I want to stay at Fiorentina.”
The Old Lady are keen on the 25-year-old after his impressive campaign in Tuscany on loan from Udinese.
“I’m not interested in the Bianconeri,” the wing-back told the Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday. “I have just one dream – to play at Fiorentina for many years.
“I hope that President Andrea Della Valle will make that happen.”
The Viola are expected to take up their option to sign 50 per cent of the Colombian’s contract from Udinese this summer.
“I then hope that next year the President will sign the other 50 per cent of my deal,” the former Lecce man added.
“I want to win with the Viola shirt and I think we can do that in the space of two or three years. For now though, let us qualify for the Champions League.”
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