Chelsea are being tipped to sell former Manchester United target Juan Cuadrado in the upcoming window after failing to make an impression, Metro reports.
The 27-year-old completed a £23.3million move to Stamford Bridge from Fiorentina during the January window, but has been finding it very hard to hold down a regular playing role.
United were heavily linked with a move for the Colombia international at the start of the New Year, but eventually lost out in the race for his services to the Blues.
Despite only joining four months ago, the winger is already being linked with a return to the Serie A, with Inter Milan, Napoli and Roma all said to be interested.
It is now believed that Cuadrado’s agent will arrange a meeting with manager Jose Mourinho over the future of his client and is likely to discuss a potential exit.
He has seen very little playing time since his arrival, making only four Premier League starts while featuring as a late substitute a further eight times.