Inter Milan full-back Juan Cuadrado could be set to leave in the summer after just one season at the club.
After 8 years playing for arch-rival Juventus, the Colombian completed a shocking transfer to the Nerazzurri last summer. The 35-year-old veteran joined on a free transfer, signing a 1-year contract.
After several incidents at the Derby d’Italia in which he was involved, Cuadrado’s appearance caused outrage among fans of both teams.
While he has been gradually winning back the favor of fans recently, injury problems have seen the player appear less frequently in the current season.
A recurring Achilles injury hindered the Colombian’s contribution. In the end, he chose surgery to completely fix it. After a successful surgery, Cuadrado will be out of action until the end of March or early April.
But even if he returns to the team, it will be difficult for the veteran to get more playing time.
As TuttoMercatoWeb shared, The former Chelsea and Fiorentina player no longer has a place in Simone Inzaghi’s plans. The Colombian player was initially only brought in as a backup for Denzel Dumfries as right-back.
Dang Nguyen | 09:32 February 3, 2024