Juventus now consider Juan Cuadrado as a sellable asset and Inter are keeping tabs on his situation.
La Gazzetta dello Sport’s Giovanni Albanese has reported about the situation of Cuadrado, claiming that the player and Juve are now quite far apart from a renewal. As a result, the Colombian is now seen as a sellable asset by Juve and he could leave this summer.
The Bianconeri’s latest contract offer was pegged back by the player, who wants a higher wage in his next contract. So for economic reasons, the full-back can now be sold- just like Adrien Rabiot and Alex Sandro. Inter are keeping tabs on the Colombian and it is stated that Beppe Marotta has been a big fan of the player for a long while now.
Ivan Perisic’s exit to Tottenham means that Inter need a wing-back option and Cuadrado would be a reliable option to replace the Croatian. Juve meanwhile, are interested in Nahuel Molina but they are yet to enter talks with Udinese.