Juventus are reportedly preparing to extend Juan Cuadrado’s contract, after Max Allegri made clear he considers the Colombian unsellable.
The winger missed large chunks of last season with a recurring groin problem, but appears to have bounced back after surgery and is impressing at the World Cup.
According to calciomercato.com, Arsenal were interested in signing the 30-year-old and made a new approach last week.
However, Juve Coach Allegri has made it clear to the board that he considers Cuadrado unsellable, so all offers have been rejected.
Indeed, it appears the Old Lady may actually be ready to renew his contract, adding another two years to his current deal, which expires in 2020.
Talks with his agent, Alessandro Lucci, are already underway and will continue after the World Cup.