Cuadrado joins Inter on one-year deal

Last Updated on 20/07/2023 by

Inter have made the signing of Juan Cuadrado, who was previously with Juventus but is now with Inter on a free transfer. Cuadrado left Juventus in order to sign with Inter.

The Colombian player, who is now 35 years old and had been with with the Bianconeri for eight years, parted ways with the club earlier this month after not being provided with another contract by Juventus.

Cuadrado has now officially joined Inter, as was announced today. He has signed a one-year contract with the club that is reportedly worth around €2.5 million net, and there is an option for a second season.

The former Juventus winger will instantly join his new teammates at the Nerazzurri at their pre-season training retreat in Lugano. Simone Inzaghi and his new teammates will be there.

Cuadrado played for Juventus for a total of 314 games across all competitions during his eight years in Turin. During that time, he scored 26 goals and provided 65 assists for the team. He was a key contributor to the team’s success, as they went on to win five Scudetti, four Coppa Italia titles, and two Supercoppa Italiana titles.

Fans initially reacted negatively to the news that the Colombian would be moving to Inter because of his history with the Old Lady. This means that the player will have to prove himself in the city of Milan, which is located in the region of Lombardy.


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