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Fiorentina have warned suitors of Juan Cuadrado that they intend to keep him through the summer transfer window.
Premier League trio Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have been linked with a move for Cuadrado after a fine World Cup campaign with Colombia.
The winger scored once and set up four goals as the South Americans reached the quarter finals, only to be knocked out by hosts Brazil.
The Serie A outfit bought Cuadrado's full sporting rights last month for around £11m, having previously co-owned his services with Udinese.
And Firorentina sporting director Daniele Prade insists that the club will do everything to keep the 26-year-old at the Stadio Artemio Franchi."
Cuadrado is a very strong player," Prade said. "The Della Valle family (Fiorentina owners) has done an enormous effort to buy the full sporting rights of the player.
"Now we will have to wait for him to return before we know where his future will be."We will do all that we can to convince him to remain but all will be decided when he returns (from holiday).
"For the time being we have not received any official offers for him."
Source: Daily Express
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