Date: 22nd June 2014 at 11:30pm
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Fiorentina and Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado continues to be linked with a move to Barcelona despite the Viola’s insistence he is not moving anywhere.

Courted by the likes of Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Monaco, the race for Cuadrado’s signature will be a big talking point after the World Cup should the Viola choose to cash in on their prized winger.

Mundo Deportivo report that new Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is already planning on how he will use the former Udinese startlet, who is being touted as the “new Dani Alves.”

The news comes after Fiorentina recently declared on their official website that they had bought full rights to Cuadrado, who was co-owned by former club Udinese.

Plying his trade as a winger in Italy, Enrique’s similar tactical system to that of Cuadrado’s club Fiorentina makes him an attractive target for the Catalan club.