Tottenham and Arsenal are both interested in signing former Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado according to the latest transfer gossip.
Arsenal has reportedly made a bid in excess of £17 Million, however, his club Juventus value the 29-year-old at £30 Million, a fee that neither Tottenham or Arsenal are prepared to pay.
Arsenal seems set to lose Alexis Sanchez and the rumours claim that Cuadrado is seen by the Gunners as the perfect replacement for the Chilean hotshot.
Tottenham apparently wants the Colombian international because of his Champions League experience, though questions will be asked about his poor performances in the Premier League when he was a Chelsea player.
It is hard to see either club forking out £30 Million for a 29 year old that failed to make the grade previously in England and for a deal to happen the Italian giants will have to lower their valuation and not just for the two English clubs but for any club that is interested in acquiring the services of Cuadrado.
This is probably one transfer rumour that is unlikely to happen.