Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado is set to be handed the chance to revive his Stamford Bridge career by Antonio Conte.
Cuadrado arrived in west London from Fiorentina in January 2015 for £26million but found his chances limited under Jose Mourinho.
The winger subsequently went out on-loan to Juventus last term where he scored four times in 28 appearances and looked a much happier player.
Cuadrado slotted in well with the Juve’s 3-5-2 formation, which is also the preferred tactic of Conte.
Reports claim that the former Udinese man will be given a clean slate by Conte, who has admired the Colombian international during his time in Serie A.
Juventus are keen to keep hold of the 28-year-old but Chelsea will have the final say on where his future lies.