The Telegraph state that Juventus want to sign loanee Juan Cuadrado on a permanent deal in January, in a move that could aid Mourinho’s ambitions of adding to his misfiring Blues squad.
It’s added that Chelsea want £18m for the player but are willing to accept Juventus’ cut-price offer, as Mourinho wants immediate cash after the Blues hierarchy made it clear they would not approve a vast spending-spree in the New Year; despite Chelsea’s woeful start to the season.
Chelsea will instead operate with a one-in, one-out policy- which means the sale of Cuadrado will aid their transfer plans, as the club continue to eye Everton defender John Stones and Paris Saint-Germain’s Marquinhos.
The Blues signed Cuadrado in January for £23.3m but the Colombian only made four Premier League states, becoming a major disappointment for the Chelsea fans at the bar who were excited to see the 2014 World Cup star perform in their colours.
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