Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado speaks about the possibility of moving to Barcelona

Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery and Juventus' Juan Cuadrado in actio

Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado speaks regarding potential Barcelona move.

Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery and Juventus' Juan Cuadrado in actio

Speaking to BeIN Sport, Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado has admitted that he would be happy to join Spanish giants Barcelona.

Cuadrado endured a difficult time at Chelsea following his £23.3 million move from Fiorentina back in January 2015 and as a result it was no surprise to see the winger depart the club last summer, joining Italian giants Juventus on a season-long deal.

Juventus' Juan Cuadrado celebrates after scoring a goal with team mates

The Colombian international managed to revive his best form in Turin and was crucial in helping Juventus claim their fifth consecutive Serie A title.

Due to his exploits last season, it is believed that Juventus want to sign Cuadrado permanently this summer, while Chelsea keeping hold of the 28-year-old has also been seen as a possibility.

According to recent reports from Don Balon, claims were also made that the talented wideman is being courted by Spanish champions Barcelona.

Juventus' Juan Cuadrado (L) celebrates after scoring a goal with Alvaro Morata

Cuadrado has been made aware of the rumors linking him to Barcelona and the Chelsea man has gone on to admit that he is very happy to hear such reports.

The former Fiorentina superstar told BeIN: "It's nice to hear [about links to Barcelona], but here you do not think about it, only the national team. After we will see what happens with my future."

Juventus' Juan Cuadrado (L) celebrates after scoring a goal

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