Roma are reportedly weighing up a potential move for Juve wide-man Juan Cuadrado, who’s entering the final year of his contract.
According to calciomercato.com, the Colombian is at odds with the Bianconeri after the club requested he take a pay cut for next season. The 34 year-old refused to reduce the €5 million (net) owed to him for next season and may be on his way out this summer as a result.
Roma, Everton, West Ham, and multiple Qatar-based sides have already registered their interest in the player should he decide to leave Turin.
The report claims Roma would be willing to give Cuadrado a multi-year deal worth €4 million (net) per season.
However, they also add that Juve will demand a small transfer fee if he moves to another Serie A club—creating a potential obstacle.