Juan Cuadrado’s future could soon be resolved after Juventus begin talks to try and keep hold of the player, Metro has revealed.
The Colombia international wants to secure a permanent move to Juventus after a very positive campaign in Turin last season.
But Chelsea manager Antonio Conte wants to keep him at the club as he considers him a key player ahead of next season.
Agent Alessandro Lucci will fly to London to meet with the Blues in order to take a final decision over the future of the 28-year-old.
Cuadrado joined Chelsea during the 2015 winter transfer window but struggled to make an impact at Stamford Bridge.
He was loaned out to Juventus in August of the same year and helped the Bianconeri win the Serie A and the Italian Cup last season.
According to reports in Italy, Lucci will tell Chelsea that his client wants to leave to play in the Serie A next season as well.