Juan Cuadrado completes permanent move to Juventus from Chelsea
Juan Cuadrado has joined Juventus on a permanent deal from Chelsea, the Italian champions confirmed on Monday.
Cuadrado, 28, joined Juventus on loan in 2015 and has gone on to make 83 appearances for the club, and has now signed a new deal to keep him in Turin until 2020.
Chelsea will receive a transfer fee of €20 million, to be paid over three years.
The move comes one day after Juventus sealed their sixth straight Serie A title, after which Cuadrado notably jumped on manager Max Allegri to douse him with the referee's vanishing spray.
The Colombia international, having also enjoyed a temporary stay at Fiorentina in 2014, initially joined Juventus in August 2015 and then returned this term.
Cuadrado scored three goals in 43 appearances as Juve won the Serie A title, becoming the first club to secure six Scudettos in a row, and reached the Champions League final.
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