Inter Reach Agreement to Onboard Free Agent Cuadrado

Juan Cuadrado will continue his career at Inter. The parties quickly struck a deal during the weekend. The Colombian could return to Italy for the medicals as soon as Tuesday. He had been out of contract since June 30th, as Juventus opted to move on from him.

According to Sky, the wingback will ink a one-year, €2.5M contract. The Nerazzurri had been looking for a new player in such a role after not keeping ahold of Raoul Bellanova. However, they had been focusing on young talents so far.

Inter will be the fourth Italian team for Cuadrado following his stints at Udinese, Lecce, Fiorentina, and the Old Lady. He spent 8 years in Turin, accumulating 314 appearances, 26 goals, and 65 assists.

According to Alfredo Pedullà, the Nerazzurri were leading the race for Emil Holm before their search took this turn. Juventus will have a meeting with Spezia later this week.

Our Take on Inter and Cuadrado

It’s a hard pivot relative to previous reports. While they are well-known and proficient in Bosman transfers, money hasn’t been a problem for them this summer, but perhaps they didn’t find a prodigy with an adequate price tag. He’s a little washed to a starter, but he’s perfectly fine for a deputy role behind Denzel Dumfries.

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