Juventus cheif Guisseppe Marrotta insists that the Old Ladys are confident on keeping Chelsea on loan winger Juan Cuadrado permanently at the club beyond his loan deal which expires next summer.
Cuadrado failed to impress at Stamford Bridge after joining the West London club in January and was loaned out to Juventus last Summer.
The Italian side is said to be impressed with the impact of the Columbian since he moved to Turin and the Turin club is keen to retain the services of the 27 year old.
Juventus Chief Guisseppe Marrotta is keen on the defender staying beyond this season at Juve and stated in a meeting of Juventus shareholders that: “We have no right of redemption, at Chelsea’s request, it is just a loan”
“He’s expressed his happiness at being here with us, and [his happiness to] continue here in future.
“We’ll look at things with Chelsea at the appropriate time, but it’s very likely that there will be a good conclusion.”
Cuadrado who scored the winning goal in Juventus 2-1 win over local rivals Torino last weekend is keen on making a permanent switch to Turin when his loan deal expires. His agent is said to be set for a meeting with Juventus in order to discus the move.
Both Juventus and Cuadrado’s camp are confident that a deal will happen as it is reported that Chelsea are ready to accept a cheaper transfer fee than the one they paid to sign the player from Florentina. Cuadrado failed to score a goal for Chelsea in his time at Stamford bridge.