Juan Cuadrado who is currently on loan at Juventus is likely to return to Stamford Bridge after his loan spell ends in the summer according to TuttoSport.
There were reports earlier that the Bianconeris will try to sign the winger on a permanent deal given that he has performed decently well for the Serie A club but the arrival of Antonio Conte has changed the deal. The Italian manager is said to be a big fan of the player and when he was in charge of Juventus he attempted to sign Cuadrado from Fiorentina. Now Chelsea wants the player back after his loan spell and the Colombian international looks set to return.
Even though Juventus would like to sign him, their hands are tied as there is no signing option in his loan contract. However, Juventus are reported to have already lined up a replacement for Cuadrado in Domenico Berardi.