Fiorentina wing back Juan Cuadrado will be the subject of a meeting between his club and Juventus later this evening. The Colombia international has been in sublime form this season and has gained interest from a number of top European clubs, including the likes of Barcelona, Monaco and Manchester United. The latter have been extremely keen as boss David Moyes plans to make several changes to his squad for next season but any hope of a deal now seems to rely on a planned meeting between Cuadrado’s current club Fiorentina and Juventus. Juventus are keen to add Cuadrado to their squad for next season as they seek to improve on their Champions League efforts this season. The 25-year-old who has scored seven Serie A goals this season is currently owned by both Fiorentina and Udinese which makes his transfer a little more complicated than first thought. However, the meeting which will see representatives from all three clubs attend is likely to see Cuadrado edge closer to a summer move to the Italian champions.