Last season Serie A champions Juventus are open to selling their star player Juan Cuadrado but only if the price is right, according to Calciomercato.

Although the Serie A giants have recently signed the player from Chelsea for a reported amount of €20million and the Colombian winger have signed the contract with the club until 2020. Juan Cuadrado’s future seems to be up in the air as coach Massimiliano Allegri didn’t seem to be impressed by his performances in the second half of the campaign last season.

There are several interests from outside of Serie A with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal, and Valencia looking to pounce on the pacey winger.

Arsene Wenger’s side have seemingly made a €23million offer for the player but Juve turned it down right away as La Vecchia Signora are only willing to listen to offers around €30-35million for Cuadrado.

As for right now, PSG seem to be in pole position to sign him.

If Beppe Marotta is willing to sell the Colombian winger, it means that he has his eyes on other players. Douglas Costa is inching closer and Federico Bernardeschi is also a hot name to watch. If the 29-year-old Colombian international leaves, then maybe a few offensive wingers might join the club.