Juan Cuadrado has completed a season long move from Chelsea to Juventus, according to Sky Sports.
The Colombia international only moved to Stamford Bridge from Fiorentina in February, and made just sixteen appearances in all competitions including a brief cameo in the 3-0 defeat at Manchester City earlier this month.
He is now set for a return to the Italian top flight and will aim to help Juve clinch a fourth straight Serie A title.
During his time with Fiorentina, the 27 year old played over a hundred times while he has also played for Udinese and had a loan spell with Lecce.
He has forty-four caps for his country – five of which came at last summer’s World Cup finals in Brazil.
Juventus kicked of the 2015/16 campaign by losing to Udinese on Sunday evening, yet they are still favourites to win the division and can be backed at a price of 4/6.