Pace, personality and perseverance. Juan Cuadrado has shown all of these attributes, and more, ever since joining Juventus in the summer of 2015.
A seemingly endless source of energy, the Colombia international has built a reputation as a game-changer, his unique skillset bringing something completely different to the park.
Best known for his trickery and ability to dribble past his marker down the flank, Juan is also an extremely sharp shooter and has netted a number of wonder strikes in the black and white.
Cuadrado’s professional career saw him spend just one season (2008/09) in his home country with Independiente Medellin before earning a move to Italy.
Over the six years spent between Udinese, Lecce, Fiorentina and Chelsea, Cuadrado adapted his role from right-back to right wing – a position that he has made his own with the Bianconeri.
Under Massimiliano Allegri’s guidance, Juan has combined his innate flair and flamboyance with tactical discipline. Attentive at tracking back, but still spectacular going forwards, he has developed into one of the world’s most eye-catching wide players.