Two Premier League clubs are said to be plotting a summer move for Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado though the player still has reservations about the top flight of English football.
According to the report from The Sun, both West Ham United and Watford are eyeing a transfer for the aforementioned Cuadrado when the transfer window reopens in two months’ time.
Juan Cuadrado still has scars from his ill-fated spell at West London giants Chelsea and he’s still skeptical about the upcoming transfer back to the Premier League.
Colombian international Cuadrado has fallen out of favour at Juventus this season and he’s expected to leave the club this summer with the likes of West Ham United and Watford interested in him.
Despite his fading influence at the Juventus Stadium, Cuadrado played his part for the Old Lady as they sealed an eighth successive league title.
Cuadrado and Juventus won their latest league title last weekend when Juventus beat one of his former clubs Fiorentina 2-1 to wrap up the league title.
West Ham United and Watford, in particular, have enjoyed a remarkable improvement in comparison to last season and they are prepared to boost their respective squads with a move for Colombian international winger Cuadrado.
Watford are in eighth position on the Premier League table and they have already qualified for the FA Cup final where they will face the mighty Manchester City.