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Director Giuseppe Marotta confirms Juventus want to sign Juan Cuadrado


Juventus general director Giuseppe Marotta has revealed that the Bianconeri are not interested in Mohamed Salah but are ready to sign Juan Cuadrado on loan.

On Friday, the director confirmed that the Colombia international is one of the club's targets but also declared that the Italian champions are not part of the race to sign the Egyptian winger.

"The transfer market has just started," Marotta told Radio Sportiva.

"There are two months left but we will only act if presented with fantastic opportunities.

"Cuadrado? He is a Chelsea player, an interesting player wanted by many clubs.

"But he's not our player so I cannot say anything [on a possible move].

"[Salah?] We are not interested, I read about the problems Fiorentina are having with the player but I don't know the details."

Later on, Marotta told Premium Sport: "Salah will play for one of the two Milan clubs next season.

"Cuadrado? We are open to all possibilities, we would be happy if Chelsea decides to loan the player out."

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