Juan Guillermo Cuadrado renewed his contract with Juventus until 2023

Juan Guillermo Cuadrado renewed his contract with Juventus until 2023

The Colombian John William Square extended his contract with Juventus for one more season, until 2023, the Italian club reported this Friday.

The ‘Juve’ unveiled the extension of the relationship with the player in a way very personal in which they highlight the link between club and footballer.

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“Indissoluble: Adjective that indicates something that cannot be dissolved, in a figurative sense a very strong bond. LThe relationship that unites Juventus with Cuadrado, and Juan with the black and white shirt, is all in this word. Something strong that goes beyond the pitch and gets under the skin. A bond that continues until 2023“, reads the statement.

The ‘coffee grower’ player arrived in Turin (Italy, north) in the 2015-16 campaign from Chelsea and is now one of the top ‘Bianconeros’ referents. At 33 years old, Cuadrado accumulates a total of 262 games with the Juventus shirt, in which he has signed 24 goals and 56 assists.

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The ‘Vecchia Signora’ exhibits the numbers of the Colombian international, who has five goals this season, which equals his records from 2015-16 and 2017-18, so It could be his highest scoring season with the transalpine club. In addition, since his arrival at the club, no one has given more assists than him.

“Juan is unique, irreplaceable.And it’s great to be together again, Panita!“says the team.

At a difficult time for the team, more protagonist due to scandals off the pitch and the Argentine’s non-renewal paulo dybalathe news that Cuadrado will continue to be linked to the black and whites is sure to be a respite for his ‘tifosi’, whose hopes lie in winning the Italian Cup.

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