The adventure to London for Juan Cuadrado will not be very long. Chelsea's Portuguese coach, Jose Mourinho, has only needed six months to recognise that the signing of the Colombian winger was a gamble, with the English club now looking to find a club that will sign him in order to recoup some of the 35 million euros they spent to bring him in from Fiorentina last February. Chelsea have spoken directly with Barcelona to offer them Cuadrado, as the club chased the player last summer. The situation now, however, is much different and the offer has been rejected.
Chelsea are looking to get rid of three players that Mourinho doesn't want to rely on next season. They are Cuadrado, Bamford and Salah. The Portuguese coach is also willing to part with Oscar and has offered him to Juventus in order to acquire the services of Pogba.
Barcelona haven't even taken Chelsea's offer into consideration after the recent signing of Sevilla's Aleix Vidal, who can play out wide as well as at full back, just like the Colombia international.
Chelsea have also offered Cuadrado to various Italian clubs. Inter Milan are interested in securing a loan deal with a future fee, while Juventus are open to negotiating in order to take the player to Serie A. The Colombian has only lined up in 14 games under Mourinho since joining last February.