Date: 1st July 2014 at 10:30am
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Colombia’s Juan Cuadrado plans to have talks with Fiorentina over his future once he returns from the World Cup with either a new deal or a big money move the end result.

Cuadrado’s World Cup performances have been nothing short of brilliant with one goal and four assists to show from Colombia’s four matches so far and as a result he has attracted interest from all over Europe.

Following the World Cup, Cuadrado and his agent will meet with Andrea Della Valle for showdown talks on his future with the club as reported by TuttoMercatoWeb.

It is thought that Cuadrado is happy in Florence and does not wish to push for a move but his current contract does not reflect his importance to the first team.

If Fiorentina do not wish to acquiesce to the players demands, it is believed they have set a €34 million price on the players head. Barcelona have long been linked with the Colombian but the likes of Bayern Munich have more recently been touted as a destination.