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Arsenal now have their eye on Juan Cuadrado and are hoping they could sign him this summer and have already made an offer for the Juventus winger.
According to RCN Radio, the Gunners have submitted a €25m (£21.9m) bid for the former Chelsea player after manager Arsene Wenger put in a requested to the board to sign him.
The same report claims that the two clubs have already commence negotiation over a potential transfer even though Cuadrado has said he is content to stay at Turin.
The 29-year-old signed a permanent €20m (£17.5m)deal with the Serie A champions in May after he ended a two-year loan spell from Chelsea.
But reports in June said that Juventus wants to sell the Colombian international as they are looking to bolster their squad with the potential signing of Bayern Munich’s Douglas Costa, who has already reportedly come to terms with the Old Lady.
Cuadrado notably transferred to from Serie A side Fiorentina in the 2015 January transfer window but failed to land a permanent spot in the first team under Jose Mourinho.
After just 13 appearances in his half-season stint, he was loaned out to Juventus where his performances improved a lot.
If a deal is agreed, Cuadrado would become the third summer signing of the Gunners following the transfer of Sead Kolasinac and the recent signing of Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette.