Chelsea are set to offload Juan Cuadrado this summer and it appears that Italian giants Juventus are interested in the Colombian.
Cuadrado completed a big money Chelsea transfer in the January of 2015, but has struggled to settle into Stamford Bridge since then.
The Colombian came on in a 3-0 defeat against Manchester City on Sunday and failed to make any impact.
Jose Mourinho is keen to right a wrong and sell the Colombian this summer.
Although Chelsea are keen to secure a permanent deal, the Blues are prepared to accept a loan offer with the obligation to buy.
Juventus have been active in the transfer market this season and are looking to add to their attacking unit with the signing of Cuadrado.
However, the Champions League runners up aren’t the only club interested and Italian journalist, Gianluca Di Marzio reckons there will be a lot of competition for the former Fiorentina man.
Mourinho has secured the signing of Abdul Rahman Baba from Augsburg and is closing in on John Stones from Everton.
After a dismal start to the campaign, Mourinho is keen to get the Blues back on track and will be dipping into the transfer market now to address his side’s weaknesses.