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SIX Players to follow Juan Cuadrado to Manchester United

Date: 4th July 2014 at 6:45pm
Written by Christy Malyan

According to The Metro, Colombian international Juan Cuadrado has become the subject of a £32million bid from Manchester United. The Red Devils' interest comes off the back of a fine season in Serie A, which saw the versatile winger claim eleven goals and five assists in 32 league outings for current club Fiorentina. The 26 year-old has carried that form into the World Cup, with four assists in four matches  -  currently the most of any player at Brazil 2014. Cuadrado is best known for his mixture of blistering pace and unorthodox technique, which would certainly address Manchester United's desperate need for added quality out wide. But charged with the task of reclaiming the Premier League title in his first season with a £200million spending war chest, it's unlikely the South American will be Louis van Gaal's final acquisition of the summer. With that in mind, here's a list of SIX players who could follow Cuadrado to Old Trafford. Some inspired by his arrival, others more coincidental. JAMES RODRIGUEZ Juan Cuadrado could soon find himself joined at Old Trafford by Colombian compatriot James Rodrgiuez. The 22 year-old forward's impeccable displays have been one of the major talking points of the World Cup thus far, with his five goals in four appearances topping the tournament's scoring charts... Including this wonder-strike against Uruguay in the round of 16... Rodrgiuez showed strong form at club level for Monaco last term too, following his €45million move from Porto last summer... Here's a short clip of ... Read More

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