Chelsea flop Juan Cuadrado set to join Juventus on loan 

  • Chelsea's Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado set to join Juventus on loan
  • Juve chief executive Giuseppe Marotta said deal could be done on Monday
  • Cuadrado was bought from Fiorentina on deadline day for £25m
  • But he failed to make an impression at Stamford Bridge 

Juventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed the club is on the verge of signing Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado on loan from Chelsea.

Speaking before Juventus' opening Serie A match against Udinese on Sunday, Marotta told Sport Mediaset: 'Cuadrado will arrive on loan. It could be made official as soon as tomorrow [Monday].'

Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado is set to move to Italian champions Juventus on loan this week

Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado is set to move to Italian champions Juventus on loan this week

The Colombian claimed a Premier League winners' medal in his first season but failed to make an impact

The Colombian claimed a Premier League winners' medal in his first season but failed to make an impact

Cuadrado pictured in pre-season training with Chelsea. Manager Jose Mourinho has allowed him out on loan

Cuadrado pictured in pre-season training with Chelsea. Manager Jose Mourinho has allowed him out on loan

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has decided that Cuadrado is surplus to requirements this season

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has decided that Cuadrado is surplus to requirements this season

Cuadrado moved to Chelsea from Fiorentina on the final day of the Premier League transfer window in February for around £25m, signing a four-and-a-half-year contract.

The deal saw Mohamed Salah - now at Roma - move the other way on loan.

However, 27-year-old Cuadrado failed to settle at Stamford Bridge, and made only four league starts last season.