Inter Milan Transfer News: The club announced on Wednesday that they have secured the services of Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado for a one-year contract.
Cuadrado joins Inter Milan after spending eight years at Juventus, with his contract coming to an end in June.
“Technique, versatility and reliability: Juan is ready for a new, Nerazzurri, adventure,” Inter said in a statement.
Cuadrado first joined Juventus on a temporary basis from Chelsea in 2015, but later signed a permanent contract two years later. He played a crucial role in helping Juventus secure five Serie A titles, four Italian Cups, and two Super Cups.
During his time in England, he also won the Premier League and the League Cup. Cuadrado was the top assist provider in the 2020-21 Champions League and the 2014 World Cup.
He represented his country in 115 matches, with only goalkeeper David Ospina having more appearances.