Juventus hope they will be able to keep Juan Cuadrado in Turin despite the imminent arrival of Antonio Conte at Chelsea.
The winger has got his career back on track with the Italian champions after he struggled to make an impact at Stamford Bridge following his move from Fiorentina.
The loan spell is due to expire at the end of the season and there is a good chance that Conte will want to take a good look at him before deciding on his future.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has become the latest high-profile person from within the game to confirm Conte is heading to Chelsea, but hopes they will still be able to keep Cuadrado.
Â“The fact Antonio Conte is going to Chelsea just confirms that we made a good choice when we took him from Siena. I am proud of this and for him,Â” he told Mediaset Premium, as reported by Football Italia.
Â“Cuadrado? I donÂ’t think Conte will influence our decision. We could keep him here.Â”