Italian side Fiorentina will hold a meeting this week to discuss the future of Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado. Interest in lively attacker Juan Cuadrado has developed rapidly this season after he produced some consistently brilliant performances in the Serie A, scoring 11 goals in his 31 games. La Liga giants Barcelona had been set for a summer deal, with personal terms said to be agreed between the club and Cuadrado himself, and whilst that may still be the case, problems over his transfer fee continue to rumble on. Cuadrado is co-owned by both Fiorentina and Udinese and the former are due to sit down and discuss a solution which will either see him remain in Florence and be sole-owned or sold. Other European clubs such as Bayern Munich and Manchester United have been interested and both will be waiting to hear the results of a planned meeting between Cuadrado’s representatives and club officials this week.