Many clubs are interested in signing Juan Cuadrado but a deal is not going to be possible as long as Chelsea lower their demand for the Colombian winger
The Blues are reportedly not willing to sell the Fiorentina man for anything less that 34 million euros which is why most of the interested clubs have simmered down in their interest in a player who no longer believes that he has a future at Stamford Bridge.
After joining the London giants from Fiorentina back in January, Cuadrado has really struggled to show his true colours and struggled with consistency in the second half of last campaign.
Ateltico Madrid, Internazionale, Barcelona, Juventus and Roma are really keen on signing the winger but are refusing to pay 34 million euros for a player whose recent performances do not really justify such a transfer fee. In short, Jose Mourinho will have to consider lowering his demands if he wants to end the player’s English misery.