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ARSENAL have reportedly stepped up their attempts to sign Juan Cuadrado from Juventus.
The right-sided winger joined Chelsea in 2015 from Fiorentina but lasted just six months in the English top flight before being shipped out on loan to Juventus.
Cuadrado went on to spend two seasons on loan in Turin before the Serie A paid out £17m to sign him on a permanent deal.
He has impressed in Serie A and was a reported target of Arsenal’s earlier in the summer.
And Italian outlet Transfermarketweb claim the Gunners are still interested in bringing Cuadrado back to the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger has been keen to add another wide player to his squad before the transfer window closes at the end of the month.
Monaco star Thomas Lemar has bene heavily linked all summer but a deal has failed to materialise.
And it is reported Arsenal are willing to turn their attentions to 29-year-old Cuadrado.
Juventus boss Max Allegri is supposedly unwilling to sell, especially if Leonardo Spinazzola joins Atalanta on a permanent basis.
Inter Milan and Roma have also been monitoring Cuadrado with an interest in signing the Colombia international, but neither club have pushed forward for a deal.
Cuadrado made 30 Serie A appearances last season, scoring twice and providing six assists.