Everton should make move if Juan Cuadrado proves himself all over again this summer

Juan Cuadrado of Juventus competes for the ball with Hakan Calhanoglu of AC Milan during the TIM Cup Final between Juventus and AC Milan at Stadio Olimpico on May 9, 2018 in Rome, Italy.

Juan Cuadrado secured a Premier League move after an amazing World Cup campaign in 2014 so what chance a switch to Everton this time round?

Juan Cuadrado of Colombia greets to the public during a training session open to the public as part of the preparation for FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 on May 25, 2018 in Bogota, Colombia.

Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado burst on to the scene at the last World Cup in Brazil, emerging as the joint highest assist provider (four) alongside Germany's Toni Kroos, and subsequently securing a £23million move to Chelsea in February 2015 from Fiorentina.

While the 30-year-old flopped in the Premier League and has since returned to Serie A to join Juventus, a second stint in England could be on the cards if he impresses at the World Cup in Russia, and Everton should be the ones to take a punt on him.

Colombia have been drawn alongside Japan, Poland and Senegal in Group H and, having helped them reach the quarter-finals last timeout, Cuadrado will be expected to play a huge role in the South Americans' World Cup campaign again.

Juan Cuadrado of Juventus FC scores his goal during the serie A match between FC Internazionale and Juventus at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on April 28, 2018 in Milan, Italy.

Cuadrado played just 14 league games in the English top flight, which was not enough to showcase his quality and, like Liverpool's Mohamed Salah has shown, everyone deserves a second chance in the Premier League.

Everton need a winger that boasts electrifying pace, experience and tricks, and the Colombian star ticks all the boxes.

Cuadrado's numbers at Juve are not the most impressive - with only five goals and seven assists last term - but his technical abilities and general skill-set suggest he could get it right in a second stint in England.

Cheick Keita (L) of Bologna FC competes for the ball with  Juan Cuadrado of Juventus FC during the serie A match between Juventus and Bologna FC at Allianz Stadium on May 5, 2018 in Turin,...

At 30, he has at most two or three years left in him but, should he impress for his country in Russia, Cuadrado could be making a strong case for himself as a late bloomer, and the former Udinese man could be just the type of attacking recruitment Everton need to make this summer.

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