Official: Cuadrado leaves Juventus Turin
Colombian international Juan Cuadrado's contract with Juventus is due to expire on June 30.
Having scored 2 goals and provided 4 assists in 47 games for Juventus this season, Colombian international Juan Cuadrado (35) is set to leave when his contract, which has not been extended, expires. Capable of playing all over the right flank, Cuadrado should have little trouble finding a club, having spent 8 seasons with Juventus, making 314 appearances, scoring 26 goals and winning 11 trophies.
È stato un viaggio straordinario.— JuventusFC (@juventusfc) June 30, 2023
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As the month of June draws to a close, Juventus continue to reshape their squad. Angel Di Maria has not been retained, nor has Leandro Paredes, whileAdrien Rabiot has been extended for a further year and Arkadiusz Milik has been bought permanently from OM. LOSC's American striker Timothy Weah passed his medical on Thursday and will sign for Juventus by the end of the week. The transfer is valued at 12 million euros.