Juan Cuadrado signs For Rival Inter Milan.
Former Juventus right-back and winger Juan Cuadrado has agreed a move to Inter Milan as a free agent. The player has accepted Inter Milan’s project and proposal.
Medical has been scheduled and will take place this week while documents are being prepared.
The 35yrs Columbian international joined Chelsea from Florentina in 2015 but had a very short career with Chelsea with just 13 appearances. Loaned to Juventus in 2015 for two years before joining the Italian permanently in 2017. He has since then established himself as a key player in the side with 166 appearances but mostly as a Right back/Full back.
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He is known for his pace and dribbling skills. Juan Cuadrado who originally is a winger found himself in a new position as a defender (Right back) and in this position he established himself well. He helped Juventus win their five-time Seria A dominance from 2015/16 to 2019/20. He also helped his side win other trophies like the Super Italian and the rest. He will now continue his Italy stay in a different jersey from the usual white and black stripes.