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Cuadrado reacted to exit-rumors: 'I don’t think about the future'

Fri 01 January 2021 | 10:34

Juan Cuadrado has reacted to gossipy tidbits about his future after reports state that he has a proposal from China

The 32-year-old has been on his best form this season under Andrea Pirlo's supervision. 

He was assumed to battle for playing time when the

Old Lady

appointed Pirlo as their head coach, yet he has challenged the chances and has been a significant part of the Turin side. 

His performance has even caught the eyes of non-European teams also and

Guangzhou Evergrande

purportedly is willing to pull their strings to sign the Colombian international.

Reports suggest that the Chinese side desires to sign him on a three-year agreement worth 12 million euros for each season. 

The attacking midfielder recently said in an interview that he isn't pondering his future right now and that all he is worried about now is respecting the two years left on his agreement with Juventus. 

“I don’t think about the future now. I still have two years on my contract with Juve, when the time comes I’ll think about it” he said.

Cuadrado was sent off in Juventus' last game against Fiorentina, however, he has played in 13

Serie A

fixtures and 5 Champions League matches.

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