The Colombian right-back is entering the final year of his current contract with the Italian giants.
has been a key player forJuventus
since his transfer fromChelsea
in 2015. The experienced right-back has featured in 220 matches for the Bianconeri, scoring 19 goals and providing 54 assists. According toGoal.com
, the Italian giants are working on a new contract for the 34-year-old that will extend his stay until 2023. Cuadrado’s current deal with Juventus will end next year andEverton
have been mooted as a potential suitor for him.
is reportedly interested in adding the South American to his side’s ranks in the summer. The player has also stated before that he will join
Independiente de Medellin
(his childhood club) at some point.
Juventus will play their last game of the season againstBologna
on Sunday as they are trying to secure a Champions League spot for the next season. The qualification will affect Juventus’ transfer plans, includingCristiano Ronaldo
’s potential departure from the club.