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Milan Renew Attempts To Sign Juan Cuadrado

With cash now firmly in hand, Milan are set to take another stab at signing Juan Cuadrado.

Cuadrado playing for Chelsea at the ICC
Cuadrado playing for Chelsea at the ICC
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Now that the takeover of the club has been completed, Milan are rumoured to be receiving around 100 million Euros to invest in the playing squad. With that in mind, the Rossoneri are set to renew their attempts at signing Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado.

The Colombian winger worked under Vincenzo Montella during his time at Fiorentina and it is common knowledge that the manager would be keen to re-unite with the mercurial wide man. After a short and underwhelming stint with the Premier League side, Cuadrado spent last season on loan at Juventus where he formed an important part of their title winning campaign.

Despite Antonio Conte's desire to make him an important part of the Chelsea side ahead of the new season, the Colombian seems keen on a return to Serie A with Milan looking the most likely destination. The player's price tag is rumoured to be around 30 million Euros, however it may prove a worthwhile investment if Milan can secure a return to European football next year.

Other options that Milan are considering include Real Madrid midfielder Isco and Manchester United youngster Adnan Januzaj, however Cuadrado looks to be a more realistic option for the Rossoneri at the present time.