Juve keeping tabs on Cuadrado and Silva

Date published: Monday 20th July 2015 11:04

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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho on Sunday played down talk of interest in Pedro, insisting he would only sign another winger if one departs, but he also confirmed he hopes to move on Mohamed Salah and would also happily sell Cuadrado, according to The Guardian, providing a club was willing to match the £26.1million the Blues paid to sign him from Fiorentina.

Juventus, Roma and Inter Milan are said to be interested and, should Cuadrado and Salah both leave Stamford Bridge this summer, Chelsea are prepared to move for Pedro, according to The Independent, having already looked into the possibility of signing the Barcelona winger.

Juve, meanwhile, are also keeping tabs on Silva, according to The Times, with some reports suggesting City may be willing to offer the Spanish playmaker to the Bianconeri as part of a deal to take Paul Pogba to the Etihad Stadium.

Juve have already lost Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez this summer, with Artuto Vidal also expected to leave the club for Bayern Munich.

Will Chelsea sign another winger this summer? Should Manchester City consider allowing David Silva to leave if it means landing Paul Pogba? Have your say below…

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