Italian Serie A champions Juventus have concluded plans to offer Juan Cuadrado a contract extension according to the publication from the stables of popular English news outlet Goal.
Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado has been linked with a move away from the club this summer but it seems like his long-term future lies in Turin with the new development.
The 31-year-old has one year left on his contract with the Old Lady at the moment and the Colombian international star will be offered a one-year contract extension to take him time at Juventus to 2021.
Juan Cuadrado was linked with four major clubs on the European football scene earlier this summer.
He was touted as a possible transfer addition for clubs like the Italian Serie A duo of Inter Milan and AC Milan as well as the Spanish La Liga duo of Valencia and Sevilla.
Juan Cuadrado is presently with the Colombian national team squad at the ongoing COPA America tournament in Brazil.
Cuadrado and Colombia are in the quarterfinals of the tournament ahead of their last eight meetings with defending champions Chile.
He made 18 appearances for Juventus in the league as the Old Lady secured their eighth successive league title.