Negotiations between Fiorentina and Udinese for Juan Cuadrado are said to have broken down.
The Zebrette own 50 per cent of the Viola winger, and reports have indicated that the two clubs have been in talks about completing a deal that would see the Colombia international sign with Vicenzo Montella’s men permanently.
However, Corriere Fiorentina have suggested that the two teams have now cut off negotiations with the pair seemingly unwilling to meet on a price.
Udinese want €10m for the other half of Cuadrado – a price the Stadio Artemio Franchi outfit deem too much.
It is now claimed that the wide man will leave Fiorentina at the end of the season, with Barcelona and Juventus thought to be interested.