AC Milan have joined the hunt for Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado, according to SportItalia (via Calciomercato.com).
The Italian TV station report that the Rossoneri are keen on the Colombian international with Juve looking to sell the player for €25-30million this summer.
After a two year loan spell at the Bianconeri, the 29 year old will be joining the Serie A champions from Chelsea on a permanent basis for £17.5million, but the club are in the process of sealing deals for two new wingers.
Bayern Munich’s Douglas Costa is tipped to move to Turin for approximately €40m while Juventus are also interested in signing Fiorentina’s Federico Bernardeschi.
The Italian international is valued highly by the Viola, and Tuttosport are reporting that Juve will look to sell Cuadrado in order to finance a move for the 23 year old.
Cuadrado scored three goals and provided ten assists in 45 appearances for Juventus last season, but it doesn’t look like being enough to avoid being sold this summer.