Ex-Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado could return to Prem with Watford and West Ham interested

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JUAN CUADRADO has been linked with a return to London amid reports Watford and West Ham are keen on the former Chelsea winger.

The Colombian is understood to be on his way out of current club Juventus, with a host of suitors across Europe tracking his future at the Serie A champions.

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The 30-year-old is thought to be a target for Watford and West Ham, although the player is thought not to favour a move back to the Premier League following his spell at Chelsea.

Reports in Italy have also linked him with Juve’s domestic rivals AC Milan and Spanish outfits such as Sevilla and Valencia.

Jose Mourinho brought Cuadrado to Stamford Bridge from Fiorentina in February 2015, sending a young Mohamed Salah on loan in the other direction.

Cuadrado struggled to hold down a place in the first-team and was swiftly sent out on loan himself to Juventus in August 2015.

A renewed loan agreement in 2016 and subsequent permanent transfer in 2017 saw him leave West London having made just 15 appearances for the Blues.


Cuadrado, who turns 31 in May, has found regular football hard to come by this season after spending four months out due to knee surgery.

He was left out of Juventus’ Champions League squad watched from the stands as Cristiano Ronaldo and his team-mates were knocked out in the last-eight by Ajax.

Cuadrado has another year left to run on his contract and Juve are hopeful of securing a fee in the region of £13–17million for a player who has made over 130 appearances for them.

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