Chelsea are now finally set to sign their first winter move, with reports confirming the agreement.
Italian reports have revealed that the deal has been agreed between Fiorentina and Chelsea for Serie A winger Juan Cuadrado.
The reports has been linking the Colombian star daily with Chelsea who were not interested in his move.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, however claimed few weeks ago that he is not eyeing the Colombia international.
But now SportMediaset revealed that Chelsea have agreed to pay a fee around €35million which is his release clause.
Cuadrado is likely to be in London tomorrow for personal terms and for medical ahead of his desired move to Stamford Bridge.
Yesterday it was also reported that Manchester United have reignited their interest which seems to be useless now.
Also, his arrival means either of Mohamed Salah or Andre Schurrle could be on his way out this month as the boss said no one will come unless either of these two’s departure.
It would be a great move for the London side but personally the player could regret in the future due to the lack of playing time.
Columnist: Shah Arsalan