Thu 20 July 2023 | 7:07

Cuadrado signs for Inter Milan

Inter Milan signs Colombian Juan Cuadrado

The management of the Italian club 

Inter Milan

 announced the official inclusion of Colombian player

Juan Cuadrado

, the former right-back of


, who left the ranks of the old lady after the end of last season.

A statement from Inter Milan, which it posted on the club's official website, indicated that Cuadrado's contract with the team extends until June 30, 2024.

And the Nerazzurri officially announced yesterday evening, Wednesday, the inclusion of Cuadrado on a one-year contract to join the team, just days after his departure from Juventus.

Cuadrado said during his remarks: "Very happy. I thank God for this opportunity. It is an honor for me to be on one of the biggest teams in Europe.

" He added, "I received many offers, but Italy is a second home for me. My family is very attached to this country, and there was an opportunity to stay here with a great team, given the history of this club."

In introducing his player the site added that he will become the fifth Colombian to represent the Nerazzuy has previously played 115 international matches with


, and only goalkeeper

David Ospina

can surpass him. Cuadrado has previously represented






, and Juventus in Italy, as well as


in England.

He was crowned with Chelsea at the heart of the Premier League and the League Cup in the 2014–2015 season, and he also crowned Juventus with the Italian League title five times, the Italian Cup four times, and the Italian Super Cup twice.

He previously played in the Champions League final with Juventus in the 2016–2017 season, which he lost to Real Madrid.



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