Chelsea has officially confirmed the sale of Juan Cuadrado to Italian champions Juventus.
Cuadrado, who was on loan at Juventus for the last two seasons, has played an integral part in the Italian outfit domestic double and progress to the Champions League final and the Turin side had wanted to make the loan agreement a permanent one, something that has now been done.
The 28-year-old did not do himself justice at Stamford Bridge following his £23 Million transfer back in February 2015, however, he has shown his quality time and again in Serie A, a league that suits his game perfectly.
Cuadrado has signed a contract with Juventus until June 2020 and has cost the Italians £17 Million, an amount that is good for both sides.
Chelsea has lost just £6 Million on a player that basically flopped and Juventus have gained a huge asset for a relatively small sum by today’s standards.
This is one deal that has everyone happy and that includes the fans of both clubs.