Chelsea are set to lose Juan Cuadrado amid speculation that Juventus are ready to secure a permanent deal for his services, Tuttosport reports.
The 27-year-old completed the move to Stamford Bridge in January of 2015 from Fiorentina, but struggled to impress then manager Jose Mourinho since his arrival.
He eventually agreed a season-long loan deal with the Serie A champions during the summer and has been on good form.
The Italian giants are now keen to make his move permanent as they plan to meet with the Blues in the near future in hopes of secure his signature.
It is already believed that a verbal agreement over the transfer of the Colombia international has already been agreed upon, but the two clubs are now waiting on a formal deal to be reached.
Juventus general director Giuseppe Marotta previously revealed his intentions to keep hold of him given his recent performances.
He has already featured 17 times in the league this term, so far scoring two goals while being able to provide another four assists.