Inter Milan have recruited Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado on a one-year contract after he left Serie A rivals Juventus.
The 35-year-old arrives on a free transfer from Juventus, where he won 11 trophies in eight years.
Cuadrado, who has also played for Udinese, Lecce, and Fiorentina, joined Juventus on a permanent basis in 2017 after signing on loan from Chelsea.
“It’s an honor to be here at one of Europe’s biggest teams,” he remarked.
“I had several offers, but Italy is like a second home to me.” My family has strong ties to this nation, and there was a possibility to stay and play for a large team with a rich history.
“I chose Inter because we all know what they stand for on a global scale.” The most essential thing is that my family and I are happy. We got the opportunity to stay in a place that we consider to be our home. It will undoubtedly be the greatest option.”