Juan Cuadrado was one of Juventus’ best players last season and the Colombian has earned himself a contract extension at the club.
He is set to sign a new deal with the Bianconeri that will tie him down until 2023.
His current contract runs out next summer and Goal.com’s Romeo Agresti as reported by Football Italia says he is closing in on a new one.
The report says the wingback will not get an increase on his current salary and he will still earn 5m euros per season at the club.
Paulo Dybala is another player with an expiring contract at the club and the Argentinian has been in talks with them over an extension.
La Gazzetta dello Sport via the same report claims that his agent is expected in Italy next week, but he will quarantine for 10 days before he meets with the club’s representatives.
Jorge Antun is flying down from Argentina and he will have to quarantine as required by the rules.
While Cuadrado was one of Andrea Pirlo’s go-to men last season, Dybala struggled for form at the club.
The attacker performed well under Massimiliano Allegri in the manager’s first spell and he would hope for more of the same in the upcoming season.