Fiorentina are intending to keep hold of Arsenal and Manchester United target Juan Cuadrado, Express reports.
The Serie A side have issued a warning that they will do everything in their power to keep the Colombian star at the Artemio Franchi.
Cuadrado had an extremely impressive World Cup campaign for Colombia, alerting interest from Arsenal, Manchester United, as well as Liverpool.
The 26-year-old provided four assists during the tournament before being knocked out in the quarter-finals by hosts Brazil.
And Viola sporting director Daniele Prade is keen on keeping his versatile winger, also explaining the club’s effort in securing Cuadrado’s full rights from Udinese.
“Cuadrado is a very strong player,” Prade said. “The Della Valle family (Fiorentina owners) has done an enormous effort to buy the full sporting rights of the player.
“Now we will have to wait for him to return before we know where his future will be.
“We will do all that we can to convince him to remain but all will be decided when he returns (from holiday).
“For the time being we have not received any official offers for him.”
Cuadrado scored 15 goals and supplied 11 assists in all competitions last season.