Barcelona’s proposed 30m move for Fiorentina full-back Juan Cuadrado will prove too high for Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.[football] direct news understands that Italian side Fiorentina have now resigned themselves to the fact that Colombian left sided player Juan Cuadrado will leave the club this summer. Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Arsenal, Barcelona and Juventus have all shown interest this season and all of which are expected to make a summer bid. However, Barca and Arsenal, who have maintained their interest and look most likely to attempt serious bids have now both taken different steps in the chase. The Catalan side are expected to lodge a bid of 30m when the season ends as they bid to replace Brazilian Dani Alves, prompting Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to stall.[FDN] understands that Wenger is not willing to pay that amount for the 25-year-old. Cuadrado will represent his country at this summer’s World Cup but it is highly expected that his representatives will be sorting out his future during the tournament.