Juan Cuadrado could leave Juventus this summer, and it looks as though rivals AC Milan are ready to make a move for the Colombian.
The Bianconeri signed the 29-year-old on a permanent deal in May after spending the last two seasons on loan at the Turin giants.
All in all the deal cost Juve close to €25 million, however Sport Italia reports the Bianconeri are open to letting Cuadrado go for a similar fee this summer.
Milan are big fans of the winger, with coach Vincenzo Montella keen to welcome him to his squad, though the likes of PSG, Valencia and Arsenal are also reportedly in the mix.
Cuadrado netted three goals in 45 appearances for Juventus last season.
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