Tottenham are interested in signing Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado this summer, according to The Sun.
Apparently Arsenal have had a £17.6 million bid for the player rejected by Juventus, who are holding out for £30 million.
Cuadrado had a short spell with Chelsea in 2015 after joining from Serie A side Fiorentina. He only lasted a few months in England, going back to Italy on loan with Juventus that summer.
The Serie A champions then signed the Colombian permanently, but he has struggled to nail down a spot in the starting eleven in recent months.
Spurs are looking to sign a winger to add more pace and directness to their attack, and Cuadrado could fit the bill.
However, it’s unlikely Daniel Levy would sanction a £30 million move for a 29-year-old. Mauricio Pochettino is keen on working with younger players, but perhaps he would welcome an experienced addition to the squad.
As usual it’s worth noting that although Tottenham can offer Champions League football, Arsenal would probably put a better weekly wage on the table.