Chelsea fans in the Transfer Tavern are concerned that their poor season could lead to many of their stars being lured by bigger clubs and it seems one European giant is looking to take advantage.
The Daily Mail state Juventus are keen to negotiate a permanent deal for loanee Juan Cuadrado and also want to capture Brazilian midfielder Oscar, who they first eyed last summer.
27-year-old Colombian international Cuadrado failed to impress at Stamford Bridge but has found a new lease of life in Turin, scoring five goals in 35 appearances for Juventus- who sealed their fifth successive Serie A title last weekend.
Juventus want the South American to move back to Italian football on a permanent basis, and Chelsea are unlikely to stand in the way of an exit, but they’ll be more concerned by the resurgence of links suggesting Oscar could be on his way out.
The Brazilian is reportedly keen on an exit from Stamford Bridge and Juventus are determined to land his signature, having first expressed an interest in the player last summer when they lost both Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal.
Our landlord believes Chelsea will approve the sale of both with Antonio Conte set to revamp the squad but he feels the Blues will demand a high price for both players.
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