Arsenal are pushing for Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado, according to Calciomercato.com.
The 29 year old has been linked with a switch to the Emirates consistently over the past few months, but the Colombian international’s comments late last month, that he was happy to stay at Juve, seemed to dampen speculation about a possible move to the Gunners.
Since then, AC Milan has been talked about as a possible destination, to link up with his former Fiorentina manager Vincenzo Montella, while he has also been mentioned as a possible makeweight in Juventus’s bid to sign Kostas Manolas from Roma.
Considering the Bianconeri only signed Cuadrado permanently from Chelsea at the start of this month for £17m, after a two year loan spell, it is surprising that a transfer away from Turin is already on the cards.
The winger performed well for Juventus last season, having scored three goals and contributed ten assists in 45 appearances.