Inter and Roma interested if Cuadrado leaves Juventus

Juventus are said to be unsure whether or not to extend Juan Cuadrado’s contract, so he could join Inter or Roma as a free agent.

The Colombia international’s current deal will expire in June 2023 and the Bianconeri are not necessarily guaranteed to pen an extension.

He has been at the club since leaving Chelsea in 2015, initially on loan and then making the move permanent for a total of €26.8m.

Cuadrado spent most of his career in Italy at Udinese, Lecce and Fiorentina, so if he was to be released as a free agent, he would probably remain in Serie A.

According to La Repubblica, Inter and Jose Mourinho’s Roma would both be interested in picking up Cuadrado for free next summer.

The Giallorossi, of course have already benefited from Juve strategy by getting Paulo Dybala as a free agent.

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