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Juan Cuadrado inching closer towards Juventus exit door

Juventus star Juan Cuadrado’s future remains up in the air as he has entered the final few months of his contract at Allianz Arena.

From their financial struggles to the Plusvalenza scandal – which deducted them 15 points in Serie A, the Bianconeri have been embroiled in a deep crisis in recent times.

As a consequence, the futures of plenty of first-team stars have been thrown into doubt, especially the ones who are deemed surplus to requirements.

Previous reports have claimed that Cuadrado could be sold in the summer, while Italian transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio has now come up with a similar take on the situation.

Di Marzio reports that the chances are higher for the Colombian to leave in the summer than to stay, as there has been no development so far in the contract talks.

The Old Lady are also planning to hold talks with Cuadrado’s agent Alessandro Lucci – who also represents Filip Kostic, Leonardo Bonccui and Mattia Perin – to discuss the future of the Colombian.

Cuadrado has been a loyal servant to the Binaconeri since moving from Chelsea in 2015, making 294 appearances as well as winning five consecutive Scudetto titles.

The 34-year-old continues to be a valuable player to Massimiliano Allegri’s side due to his versatility, having made 27 appearances in all competitions this season.

He was on the scoresheet in last night’s derby victory against Turin, which also turned out to be his first goal of this season.

Angel Di Maria and Adrien Rabiot are also out of contract in the summer, but Juve are working round the clock to extend their deals.

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