Italy's record champions Juventus Turin has extended the contract with right winger Juan Cuadrado. As the Bianconeri announced on Thursday evening, the Colombian subordinated a new working paper, which binds him to the club until 2022. Cuadrado's old contract would have expired this summer.
In the current season he comes regularly to use and completed so far 14 duty plays, in which he succeeded a hit. Two more goals were prepared by Cuadrado.
In 2015, the 31-year-old initially switched on loan from Chelsea to Turin on loan. In 2017, the Old Lady committed him for 20 million euros transfer fee.
Cuadrado's signature is the prelude to a three-pack extension in Turin: Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and Leonardo Bonucci are also expected to get new contracts soon.