Juventus reportedly have a gentleman’s agreement to sign Juan Cuadrado from Chelsea for €22m.
The Colombian winger arrived late in the transfer window on a dry loan – that means with no option to buy – at a cost of €1.8m.
However, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, there is a gentleman’s agreement between the two clubs.
If they want to, the Bianconeri can buy Cuadrado outright for around €22m at the end of the season.
In order to be activated, this option would require the player and both clubs to ok the move.
Chelsea only bought Cuadrado from Fiorentina in January for around €31m, but he failed to replicate that form at Stamford Bridge.
He already seems to have rediscovered his confidence in Turin and impressed in the 2-1 Champions League victory away to Manchester City on Tuesday.
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