Cuadrado, from orphan to Stamford Bridge

Cuadrado, from orphan to Stamford Bridge 2
Cuadrado, from orphan to Stamford Bridge 2

Difficult background.

In the Medellin shirt, Cuadrado caught the eye of the Udinese scouting department, who discovered high-caliber stars such as Mehdi Benatia, Samir Handanovic and especially Alexis Sanchez.

Cuadrado is the latest big name to leave Serie A, a playground where world-class stars are increasingly rare.

But in his first two seasons at Udinese, Cuadrado had few opportunities to start (12 matches each season), because he could not compete with Alexis Sanchez on the right wing.

Playing for the Florence club, Cuadrado quickly became a star, with five goals and six assists, helping Fiorentina finish top 4 in Serie A in the 2012-2013 season.

Playing style.

Diego Costa and Drogba would be very excited to have a cross expert like Cuadrado.

Cuadrado, from orphan to Stamford Bridge

Cuadrado is good at dribbling, is not afraid of disputes and has a strong physical foundation.

Chelsea’s perfect promising piece.

Cuadrado promises to bring more to Chelsea.

In addition to the strengths of his playing style, the 26-year-old Colombian midfielder also impresses with his versatility and is a role model that Mourinho really likes.

Cuadrado, from orphan to Stamford Bridge

Ever since his time at Mandellin, Cuadrado (left) has shown impressive tackling ability.

Cuadrado has another advantage that Mourinho really likes – always ready and actively participating in supporting defense.

If he is checkmate and has to switch to a 3-5-2 formation, Cuadrado can be the ideal choice for the right wing position, thanks to his comprehensive offensive and defensive skills and endless source of energy.

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