Juan Cuadrado returns to Juventus after helping win the Serie A title last year.
Juventus has re-signed Chelsea Winger Juan Cuadrado on a loan for the next three seasons, the team announced.
Juventus will have the option to make the deal permanent when it ends. The loan deal is reportedly worth $5.5 million. Juventus may have to pay Chelsea about $22 million, if Cuadrado makes a certain amount of appearances within the three years.
Cuadrado, 28, was a part of last season's squad that won the Serie A title.
Cuadrado's tenure with Chelsea has been brief with just 13 league appearances since arriving from Fiorentina in 2014.