Fiorentina have today renewed Juan Cuadrado's deal to stay at the club for another season, after last term's successful loan spell.
The Colombia international spent 2012/13 at the Tuscan club on a short-term deal from Udinese, playing 36 times, scoring five goals.
And Vincenzo Montella's team have confirmed that the 25-year-old will stay at Stadio Artemio Franchi next season after they agreed a 50 per cent share of the player.
“Fiorentina can announce that it has exercised its right to acquire Juan Cuadrado, by way of partnership, from Udinese,” a statement of the Viola's website read.
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