Fiorentina have agreed a deal with Udinese to sign Juan Guillermo Cuadrado outright.
Cuadrado, currently on World Cup duty with Colombia, had previously been co-owned by the two Serie A clubs.
The 25-year-old spent last season with the Viola, and after impressing the Tuscan outfit they have decided to purchase 100 percent of the winger's rights.
An official statement read: "Fiorentina can confirm that the co-ownership arrangement in place with Udinese Calcio regarding Juan Guillermo Cuadrado Bello has been resolved in Fiorentina's favour.
"The 25-year-old Colombian winger has so far spent two seasons in Florence, playing 79 games, scoring 20 goals and making 18 assists in Serie A, Coppa Italia and Europa League."
Cuadrado added: "Right now I'm focused on the World Cup and I hope to go as far as possible with Colombia but I'm very happy and proud that Fiorentina have signed me outright."