Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado has quelled talk of an exit from the club this summer amid speculation: “I am very happy here.”
Reports had claimed that the 30-year-old has started just 10 Serie A matches this season and the Bianconeri may be open to a sale this summer for the right price.
Sevilla and Valencia were both said to be in the running to signing the experienced Colombian international to bolster their squad.
Cuadrado has missed four months of the campaign due to injury and due to his age, the Old Lady are said to be considering cashing in on the player.
“I am very happy in Juventus and in the city, my family is adapted to the city and I have one more year of contract, but not only depends on me,” Cuadrado has said to Sky Italia, as cited by Marca.
The former Fiorentina winger’s contract in Turin expires in June 2020 and the report claims Sevilla believe a bid of €15m may be enough to complete a deal.
West Ham United, Watford and Milan are among the clubs to be linked with the experienced player this summer.