Juventus general director Giuseppe Marotta says the Serie A champions have not given up on trying to lure Juan Cuadrado away from Chelsea.
The 28-year-old, who joined the Blues from Serie A sideFiorentina in 2015,spent the 2015-16 on loan at Juve, however, he then returned to Stamford Bridge following the appointment of Antonio Conte as Chelsea manager.
However, the Old Lady remain hopeful that the Blues will allow Colombia international to leave the club before transfer window closes.
‘A small opportunity has opened up again. We are keeping a close eye on the situation, with all due respect for Chelsea, who still own the player’s rights,’ Marotta told SkySport.
‘Cuadrado is a player we like a lot. He has already had a positive experience at Juventus last season.’
While on loan at Juve, Cuadrado managed to impressive manager Massimiliano Allegri scoring five goals and assisting a further eight from 40 appearances in all competitions.