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Ronaldo replacement: Juventus offers Colombian winger €100000 salary increase

Juan Cuadrado is about to get a pay raise from his €5m-a-year contract at Juventus. The 33-year-old has been at Juventus since 2015.

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Juventus are ready to offer Colombian winger, Juan Cuadrado an increase on his wages. The 33-year-old winger is one of the players that coach Massimilliano Allegri is banking on to lead the Bianconeri to titles after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo. 

Juan Cuadrado has been with the Old Lady since 2015 when he initially moved on a 2-year loan deal. Afterwards, his move was made permanent in 2017. So far, the winger has scored 20 goals in 229 matches for the Italian giants. Cuadrado is also skilled at playing in different positions including wing-back and full-back. 

Since the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus has been trying to tie it's best players to new deals and they have reportedly offered Cuadrado a significant increase in his wages. The 33-year-old player earns about €5m a year from his current deal. This is approximately €96,000 weekly. 

On the new deal, Juventus are rumoured to be preparing an increase within the range of €150,000 - €200,000 a week for Juan Cuadrado. This will place him amongst the highest-paid players at the club. Alongside players like Morata, Dybala and de Ligt.

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