Arsenal have been heavily linked with Juventus attacker Juan Cuadrado, potentially lining him up to replace Chilean Alexis Sanchez and German Mesut Özil who could leave the North London when their contracts run out next summer.
As per latest reports, the Gunners could be willing to sign the winger, should Chile international forward Alexis Sanchez leave for Premier League rivals Manchester City and Germany international Mesut Özil depart the Emirates club when his contract ends next summer, but it’s believed there has not been an official bid yet.
There were a lot of speculations linking winger Cuadrado to Arsenal this summer window, despite the Colombia international only moving to Serie A Champions Juventus on a permanent deal back in May from Chelsea.
The former Chelsea winger went on loan to the Turin club back in 2015, and then again in the summer of 2016, but the second loan spell included an option to buy the flying winger, which the Serie A Champions activated at the end last season.
According to reports, the Gunners failed to lure the 29-year-old attacker to join over in the summer transfer window, but may to go back again in January when the transfer window opens, we believe.
The Colombian has made a decent start to the Serie A league season, netting in one of his three games so far.