The Blues winger is currently on a three-year loan deal until 2019 at Juventus, having failed to settle at Stamfiord Bridge.
The Colombia international signed for Chelsea in 2015 from Fiorentina for around £23million.
However, a short spell without shining in west London saw him shifted on quickly back to Serie A in January 2016.
Juan Cuadrado failed to score in 15 first-team appearances for Chelsea
Max Allegri's side are close to buying him for a fee of £21m
Cuadrado has been on loan at Juventus since and it appears his links to Chelsea could be cut soon.
According to Italian outlet Calciomercato, Max Allegri's side are close to buying him for a fee of £21m.
Juventus are apparently increasingly sure they want Cuadrado full-time.
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And only a few extra details are left to be agreed between the two clubs.
Chelsea are sorting conditions for a buy-back option which are almost set, while around £3.5m in bonuses are still being negotiated.
Juventus would need to offer Cuadrado a new deal, with the 28-year-old currently earning just over £2.5m a year.