Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport understands that Juventus aim to turn Juan Guillermo Cuadrado’s loan deal into permanent move.
The Colombian joined the Bianconeri on a six-month loan following a disappointing spell with Chelsea and he has successfully got his career back on track.
Despite putting in some very good showings, Cuadrado was at times unable to make the difference in the final third, but the injury-time winner in the local derby against Torino changed everything.
Coach Max Allegri is now convinced that the 27-year-old can develop into a key player for the Bianconeri and he wants him to extend his stay in Turin.
As a result, transfer guru Beppe Marotta and his associate Fabio Paratici aim to open talks with Chelsea to ensure Cuadrado becomes a Juventus footballer in the January transfer window.
The Colombia star has managed 1 goal and 2 assists in 9 Serie A games since joining, while starting each of the three Champions League fixtures.