Cuadrado signed for Chelsea from Fiorentina under former manager Jose Mourinho in January 2015.
However, the Colombia international started just four Premier League games before being loaned to Juventus that summer.
Antonio Conte's appointment as Blues boss at the start of this season was expected to see Cuadrado given another chance to save his Stamford Bridge career.
But the ex-Fiorentina winger instead signed a surprise three-year loan deal to extend his stay with Juventus in Serie A.
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Juan Cuadrado won't be returning to Chelsea
Juan Cuadrado won the title with Chelsea in 2015
Cuadrado has scored one goal and weighed in with four assists in Italy so far this season.
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And the Daily Mail claim Chelsea cannot recall him from Juve – regardless of how he performs.
It is said the 28-year-old's contract did not include a recall clause traditionally inserted into loan contracts.
Juan Cuadrado is spending three years on loan with Juventus
Juventus are paying Chelsea £4million a year for his services and could fork out £8.4m to make his move permanent.
Cuadrado scored the winner as Juventus beat Inter Milan 1-0 on Sunday.
Conte was in attendance at the Juventus Stadium but the former Italy boss used the trip to Turin to reportedly scout top target Paulo Dybala.