Former Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado has suggested that he has no desire to return to the Premier League, instead insisting that he wants to remain with Juventus.
The Colombian wideman has been with the Old Lady since joining on an initial year-long loan deal in August 2015. That deal was extended by a further season before Juventus made the deal permanent before the 2017/18 season.
The four-time Serie A champion has been linked with Watford and West Ham United in recent times but reports from Sky Sports suggest that he would rather not return to the Premier League.
Talking to Sky in Italy, Cuadrado said: “I’m very happy with the club, the city and the people. My family is happy here, I still have one year until my contract runs out but it doesn’t only depend on me.
“I always try and do my best and I would be very happy to stay here.”
The Colombian has endured a difficult season this year, having been injured for the majority of the campaign. He has recently won back his place in the side recently though by starting the last three league games.
Juventus take on Torino on Friday in the Turin derby and Cuadrado can be backed at odds of 8/1 with Betfair to score the opening goal of the game.