Inter and Roma are following the situation of Juventus wingback Juan Cuadrado, who currently appears to be at loggerheads with his club regarding his contract situation.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are thinking about swooping for the 34-year-old who the Bianconeri could let go of if contract talks don’t progress.

Cuadrado’s current deal contains an option for the Bianconeri to extend until the end of June 2024 with wages of €5 million net per season, but the club are hoping to convince him to accept lower wages.

The policy is to avoid high wage expenditures on players will into their thirties, and so Juventus are hoping that the Colombian will agree a deal until the end of June 2024 at around half of the amount specified by the clause.

However, Cuadrado is currently disinclined to accept this low of an offer, and the Nerazzurri and the Giallorossi would both consider trying to lure him away for next season.