Juventus Would Be Willing To Let Cuadrado Go To Inter As Part Of Deal For Icardi
Juventus could send Juan Cuadrado to Inter as part of a deal for Mauro Icardi according to a report from Italian news outlet CalcioMercato.com.
Icardi is currently out on loan at reigning French champions Paris Saint Germain who have an option to sign him permanently but in the event they do not sign him up, Juventus are ready to come in for the 27-year-old Argentine.
Inter would like around €70 million for Icardi or cash plus a player(s). One player who Inter could well acquire is Colombian national team winger Cuadrado, a player Inter manager Antonio Conte really likes.
Conte likes the versatility that Cuadrado offers and he could be the perfect player to bolster the right hand side of the team and the report concludes that Juventus management would be willing to let him go if it meant they would get Icardi.
The 31-year-old has made 32 appearances across all competitions this term in which he has scored two goals and provided four assists.