Juan Cuadrado’s agent has said there have been no offers for the Colombian, despite rumours suggesting Arsenal previously made a failed bid.

  • Arsenal were believed to have had a bid rejected
  • His agent has said Cuadrado will not be leaving Juventus

Arsenal reportedly had a £17.6m bid turned down for the 29-year-old, who they view as a potential replacement for Alexis Sanchez.

However, his agent, Alessandro Lucci, has said that here have been no offers for his client. “Juan does not want to leave Juve and Juve do not want to sell him,” he said, reports the Daily Star.

“Cuadrado could be of interest to other clubs, no doubt about it. But no one has contacted me directly or initiated a negotiation with Juventus.”

Cuadrado, reportedly rated at around £25m, has been subsidiary at Juventus, and despite some good performances off the bench he failed to convince Allegri he should be a starter.

He made 21 Serie A starts last season, scoring and creating eight goals for the eventual title winners, but the South American winger won’t leave Juventus for cheap, having not long signed on a permanent deal.

Arsenal may have to look elsewhere as a result.

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