Juan Cuadrado and Federico Bernardeschi are expected to be out for at least another month and could miss the remainder of the season.

The duo are long-term injury absentees with Cuadrado not having played a game since Juve’s 1-0 victory against Roma in December 2017.

Gazzetta Dello sport report that the Colombian winger is struggling with a groin injury and while a recent visit to Germany to see a specialist did not reveal any further issues, he may be out for at least another month.

Juve coach Max Allegri alluded to the idea that Cuadrado may miss the rest of the season following the Bianconeri’s 2-0 victory over Udinese yesterday:

“We’ll see how he responds to the latest tests, if he’s out for the final stretch of the season then we’ll have to do without him.”

Allegri also addressed Bernardeschi’s recovery as the winger is expected to be out for at least another month with a knee ligament injury:

“Bernardeschi will have more tests in 20 days, at which point they’ll tell us if he needs surgery or not. We hope not.”