Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with the Colombian winger.
The Sun reported on Thursday that Tottenham Hotspur were interested in signing Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado.
The English outlet claimed that Arsenal face “serious competition” from Tottenham in their pursuit of the £30 million-rated Colombian.
Cuadrado, who joined Chelsea in 2014, only signed for the Italian giants on a permanent basis on May 22 after their Serie A title success triggered a clause in his contract.
The 29-year-old endured a less-than-impressive spell with the Blues, making just 13 Premier League appearances.
And Tottenham fans are not keen on the idea of their manager Mauricio Pochettino snapping him up.
Not for me thank you. Can’t see how he would fit into the system. Another Momo #THFC— Geoff Smith (@smithmeister63) June 16, 2017
couldn’t cut it in the prem last time, waste of money— Kevin Gower™ (@KGower83) June 16, 2017
Please NO!— Jan-Erik Jakobsen (@NuffNonsense) June 16, 2017
Let’s hope we lose. He is hopeless.— Gadfly (@gestaltz) June 16, 2017
Given he’s 29 and did nothing in the PL we can write this off.— Stuart Peel (@JedLomax) June 16, 2017
Please don’t— NickyB (@nickyboybrook) June 15, 2017
Still got it even for his age. Not gonna happen though— Hotspur Hacker (@HotspurHacker) June 15, 2017
Spurs probably need a winger but they do not need a 29-year-old one who is proven to be ineffective in the top flight of English football.
He failed to score or set up a goal in any of his 14 appearances for the reigning Premier League champions during the 2014-15 campaign.
Plus, it would be a brave move by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to spend another £30 million on a winger, after Moussa Sissoko struggled to justify his club-record transfer fee this past season.