Two unnamed Turkish clubs are keen to sign Juan Cuadrado when the Colmbian’s contract with Inter Milan expires.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews.

At the moment, Cuadrado’s priority is finishing up his recovery from tendon surgery.

The 35-year-old has been on the sidelines for more than three months after going under the knife in December.

Cuadrado had joined Inter last summer. He came on a free transfer after his contract with Juventus ran out.

It would be an understatement to say that the Colombian’s move to the Nerazzurri came as a surprise.

Cuadrado had been a Juventus player for eight years, having previously played for the likes of Chelsea, Fiorentina, Lecce, and Udinese.

And the Colombian had many run-ins with Inter during his time with the Bianconeri. He was not a well-liked figure by Inter fans considering some flashpoint incidents.

Therefore, the reaction to Cuadrado signing was initially a hostile one from the Inter faithful.

However, Nerazzurri ultras group the Curva Nord eventually gave their tenuous blessing to the Colombian.

Two Turkish Clubs Keen On Signing Juan Cuadrado From Inter

For all of the surprise and controversy of Cuadrado’s arrival last summer, the veteran wingback has offered little of note on the pitch.

This is hardly due to any lack of quality from the Colombian, who has been among Serie A’s most effective wide players with Juventus and Fiorentina.

But physical problems plagued Cuadrado for much of the season.

The Colombian made just nine appearances prior to undergoing surgery, and one from the start.

Now, Cuadrado could have one last hurrah during the run-in. He will not be back for Inter’s Serie A match against Empoli, but shouldn’t be out for long after.

Following that, however, it is the end of the road for Cuadrado at Inter.

The 35-year-old only signed a one-year deal last summer.

And it is very unlikely that the Nerazzurri will offer Cuadrado a new contract. They have signed Tajon Buchanan in the January transfer window to reinforce on the right flank.

Therefore, it looks clear – Cuadrado will leave the same way he came, out of contract.

There is interest in signing the veteran wingback from teams in the Saudi Pro League, FCIN confirm.

But the outlet report that it would be likelier that the 35-year-old will instead stay in Europe.

According to FCIN, there is interest in Cuadrado’s signature from two teams in the Turkish top flight.