Juan Cuadrado has agreed personal terms with Barcelona, according to reports in the Spanish Press.
Mundo Deportivo lead with the revelation that the Fiorentina winger has opted to join the Blaugrana, and has accepted terms with the club.
The Colombia international’s price-tag could soar after this summer’s World Cup, so the Catalan giants are keen to complete any move soon.
The wide man has been linked with Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund.
But it seems he has decided to join the Camp Nou outfit, and could be one of the first signings in Andoni Zubizarreta’s ‘mini revolution’.
A deal may be complicated however, as Cuadrado is also co-owned by Udinese, so any move will have to have their say so as well.