Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport has learned that Juventus are stepping up their efforts to sign Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado.
Antonio Conte is a big fan of the player and he has made him one of the primary targets for the summer transfer window.
The problem is that Cuadrado is currently co-owned by Udinese and Fiorentina, but it appears both clubs are ready to sell.
And while Juventus hold excellent relations with the Zebrette chiefs, agreeing a fee with their bitter rivals could prove to be a much more difficult task.
Nevertheless, latest reports suggest Fiorentina are ready to cash in on Cuadrado in order to invest in new signings, which is definitely great news for the Old Lady.
Having eliminated none other than Viola in the previous round, Juventus face Lyon away in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final tie, with the Bianconeri made 6/4 favourites to win at Stade Gerland.
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