Juan Guillermo Cuadrado is the Colombian player from the 2014 World Cup generation in Brazil, the longest remaining in Europe’s major teams.

Born in Necoclí, the man played eight seasons with Juventus at an amazing pace: 314 games, 26 goals and 65 assists. He won five Serie A titles, four Italian Cups and two Italian Super Cups and reached the Champions League final with Juve in the 2016/17 season. He said they beat Real Madrid.

Juventus honorably fired Cuadrado, and the player left a heartfelt thank-you message to the fans on their social networks:

Media rumors mentioned that Cuadrado might go to Turkey or Saudi Arabia. But now, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, who specializes in the transfer market, has assured that the Colombian player can reach another big club in Italy.

He takes on Milan Inter, who has already arranged everything with him and will announce his signing in the coming days.

“Juan Cuadrado will sign as a new Inter player by June 2024 – medical tests are already booked early next week. Documentation is being prepared, it will be official next week,” Romano wrote on Twitter.

Inter haven’t had many Colombian players in recent years, but many have made history with this jersey, notably Iván Ramiro Córdoba, who was part of the club’s triumphs, including the Champions League title in 2010.

Now the club can open the door for Cuadrado to remain among the elite and now play again in the Champions League with other colours.


Source: Exame

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