Juventus are not planning to extend Juan Cuadrado’s contract, which is due to expire in the summer.
According to Corriere dello Sport, the Italian giants have decided against offering a new deal for the Colombian international.
Cuadrado has been an important part of Juve’s squad since joining from Chelsea in 2015 and has made over 150 appearances for them so far.
However, it appears that Juve are ready to let him go at the end of this campaign as they look towards other options in midfield.
The 34-year-old will be free to join any club he wishes when his contract expires and there could be plenty of interest from around Europe and Asia if he does decide to move on.
Juventus are looking for a right-back to sign in the summer with Real Valladolid’s Ivan Fresneda among the club’s targets, along with various other players.