Chelsea have asked AC Milan to cough-up at least €30m if they hope to sign Juan Cuadrado this summer. According to reports from Football Italia, Blues are weighing up offers to sell the dazzling winger this summer.
Manager Antonio Conte however is keen to bring Cuadrado to Stamford Bridge this summer after the Colombian International spent last season on loan with Juventus.
Although Juventus are keen to keep hold of Cuadrado this summer but Chelsea’s asking fee has forced the Serie A Champions to re-consider their decision.
Meanwhile AC Milan are trying hard to bring down the transfer fee for Cuadrado and have involved intermediary Alessandro Lucci to agree a deal of €25m, which they will be happier to pay.
As for Cuadrado, he is waiting for an official word from his current club as he is comfortable in returning to England as well as to stay in Italy and play for either Juventus or AC Milan.
If Cuadrado does return to Chelsea, he will have to fend off Willian, Pedro and Eden Hazard to fight for a place in the starting XI. As for The Blues, they are still trying to work out on a deal to sign Alvaro Morata in coming weeks.