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Chelsea star to seal permanent move away from Stamford Bridge


Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado is expected to seal a permanent move to Juventus in the coming months.

The Colombia international became a solid regular in Massimiliano Allegri's team since making a move from Chelsea on loan.

And the reigning Italian champions are confident that an agreement can be reached with the Blues to keep the player.

On Sunday, the 27-year-old said that Chelsea can bounce back after a very disappointing start to the new campaign.

"[My situation is] all in the hands of God," Cuadrado said.

"I hope my former Chelsea teammates and Mourinho recover as soon as possible, they are strong and will react.

"I must admit my love for Serie A, Italian football, for a country that feels like my second home.

"Yes here I give my best, I’m fine."

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