Juan Cuadrado

Soccer Player

Juan Cuadrado was born in Bogotá, Colombia on May 26th, 1988 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 35, Juan Cuadrado biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
May 26, 1988
Place of Birth
Bogotá, Colombia
35 years old
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Association Football Player
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Juan Cuadrado Life

Juan Guillermo Bello (born 26 May 1988) is a Colombian professional footballer who competes for Serie A team Juventus and the Colombian national team. He is known for his direct style of play, which includes his agility (both on and off the field) as well as his dribbling skills. He began his career as a defensive midfielder while still being used as a forward on occasion before being pushed into more versatile roles in which he now plays, often as a right-sided winger, attacking midfielder, fullback, or wing-back.

Cuadrado started his career at Independiente Medelln, and he joined Udinese in Italy in 2009. He was loaned to Lecce for the 2011-12 season, where, despite relegation from Serie A, he was loaned to Fiorentina. He was signed by Chelsea in February 2015 but was loaned to Juventus for three seasons, where he gained Serie A and Coppa Italia titles. He joined the club permanently in 2017 and posted his third straight domestic double the following season, followed by two more league titles and a Supercoppa Italiana over the next two seasons.

Cuadrado made his international debut in 2010 and has since earned over 110 caps. He was a member of three Colombian squads that competed in the Copa América's five editions (2011, 2015, 2016, 2021, and 2021), winning the third round on three occasions and contributing to third-place finishes in 2016 and 2021; Cuadrado also represented his country in second editions of the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and 2021.

Personal life

Cuadrado was born in Necocl as the son of Marcela Bello Guerrero and Guillermo Cuadrado. When he was five years old, his father was assaulted by an armed group. In an interview, Cuadrado's mother, who solely supported them in working at a banana factory, said that he had to be a brilliant student in order to play football. Cuadrado and his family lived in Florence as of July 2014. Cuadrado is a devout Christian.

Cuadrado was featured on the Latin American cover of FIFA 16, as well as global cover star Lionel Messi.


Juan Cuadrado Career

Club career

Cuadrado's first step of football growth was not until his mother told him the idea at the age of 12, which led to his joining Manchester F.C. Apartadó, a youth academy based in Apartadó, Antioquia, is a website that publishes articles about Apartadó, a youth academy. Consequently, his adulation led him to join Deportivo Cali's youth team after impressing their scouts. Cuadrado left Atlético Uraba, where he preferred position was as a forward. Cuadrado took on a midfielder role on club founder Nelson Gallego's suggestion, mainly as a winger. Cuadrado's confidence and leadership in the position enabled him to play occasionally as either a fullback or wing-back. He spent a brief time at Rionegro, Colombia's second division team, where he stayed on the bench under coach Vález Scott, but boss Juan José Peláez of Inferno later recognized his potential.

In 2008, Medellin signed him to the first division, allowing him to return to the first division. Cuadrado made his senior professional debut against Boyacá Chicó in the same year as he scored his first goal. Cuadrado remained in Medellin until 2009, before making the move to European football.

Cuadrado agreed to a five-year contract with a undisclosed fee on July 2, 2009. In a 2–1 win over Chievo as a right wing back, he played his first match for Udinese. Cuadrado, on the other hand, was not given many first-team minutes for the remainder of the season, and he will be sent on loan to Lecce's sister team.

Cuadrado will be with Lecce from August 3rd, 2011 – 2012. He scored his first goal for the club against Cesena, the only goal in a 1–0 victory. Despite further impressive results from Cuadrado, Lecce finished 18th and was relegated to Serie B. He would then return to Udinese. He was being monitored by an unidentified English club who ruled that at 23 years old, he was too young to be signed by the club.

Cuadrado completed his transfer to Fiorentina on July 23, 2012, initially under a temporary contract for a €1 million transfer fee. In a 4–1 victory over Cagliari at home, he scored his first goal for the Florence club. He finished the season with five goals and six assists, making him an integral part of a team that finished fourth in Serie A. Laviola bought half of Cuadrado's registration rights in June 2013 for €5 million.

Cuadrado scored Fiorentina's second goal, defeating his former team Udinese, giving La Viola a 3–2 aggregate victory and a spot in the final on February 11, 2014. After scoring the winning goal and being suspended for the final, which his team lost 1–3 to Napoli on May 3r, he was arrested.

Fiorentina signed a deal to purchase full ownership of Cuadrado's Udinese contract for an additional €12 million on June 16, 2014 amid widespread rumors of a transfer to a larger club by the player.

Chelsea reported the signing of Cuadrado from Fiorentina on a four-and-a-half-year contract, potentially increasing to £26.8 million, according to Mohamed Salah, who went the other way on loan. Fiorentina's financial filing of year 2014 revealed the fee was €30 million, according to Fiorentina's management paper (Italian: Rela Gestione). Cuadrado said, "I am very proud and grateful for this opportunity that has been given to me." This is a fantastic club, and honestly, joining the Chelsea family and knowing that the manager (José Mourinho) has faith in me is like a dream. "I'm content." Vincenzo Montella, his Fiorentina boss, said, "It was a sale that had to be done." Cuadrado has always arrived with a smile and offered everything to Fiorentina – I'm thrilled for him because he's going to a major club." In an interview, Mourinho said that he was not in a "rush" for Cuadrado to fully display his talents in a short time: "He needs time to adapt to the Premier League." I know Italy and England; his birth, his growth, and his life – all was in Italy.

Cuadrado made his Chelsea debut after replacing Willian for the final ten minutes of a 2–1 victory over Aston Villa five days after signing. He made his first appearance in his first appearance at Stamford Bridge on February 11th, starting the first 70 minutes before being replaced by Cesc Fàbregas in a 1–0 victory over Everton. Chelsea won his first Chelsea trophy on March 1st when the club defeated rival Tottenham Hotspur 2–0 in the League Cup final, the club's first match for the team.

In the London derby match against Crystal Palace on May 3rd, Cuadrado made his only start since his move to Chelsea, when Ramires was hospitalized before the game. Cuadrado was recalled for Mikel John Obi at halftime, but Chelsea won by 1–0, their fifth league title. In the final game of the season against Sunderland, he won a penalty when fouled by John O'Shea, on which Diego Costa also scored in an eventual 3–1 home victory, but he was later suspended after being injured in the final minute of the first half.

Cuadrado agreed to a season-long loan contract with Juventus on August 25th, 2015. He was assigned squad number 16 on his first flight. In a 2–1 loss to Roma five days later, he made his debut as a 75th-minute substitute on his debut. Cuadrado scored his first Juventus goal against Torino on October 31 to win by 2–1 in extra time at the end of the Derby della Mole. In the second leg of the round of 16, Cuadrado scored his first ever UEFA Champions League goal against Bayern Munich. In Rome's Stadio Olimpico, he came off the bench to set-up lvaro Morata's match-winning goal against Milan in the 110th minute of extra time of the 2016 Coppa Italia final; the club secured the domestic double for the second straight season.

Cuadrado played for Chelsea for a few friendlies, including the 2016 International Champions Cup. Cuadrado returned to Juventus on a three-year loan for €5 million per season, as well as a contingent commitment to purchase the complete registration rights of Cuadrado from Chelsea for an additional €20 million (or €15 million and €10 million in the second and third years of loan respectively), despite various sporting successes. Chelsea will also earn a maximum of €4 million bonuses, potentially raising the cost of the fee to €29 million. At the time, he was wearing the number 7 shirt. Cuadrado's first league goal in nine months came on February 5, 2017, scoring the only goal in a 1–0 home victory over Inter Milan in a Derby d'Italia match.

Cuadrado had joined Juventus on a fixed basis until 2020, after a clause in his deal had been triggered, winning the Serie A mathematically in round 37). Cuadrado came on as a replacement for Andrea Barzagli in the 60th minute but was then banned after picking up two yellow cards, the second for a suspected stamp on Sergio Ramos; Juventus lost the match 4–1.

Cuadrado allowed Ronaldo to wear the number 7 shirt after Real Madrid's debut in 2018, with Cuadrado reverting to number 16 on Instagram.

Cuadrado's 100th appearance in Serie A with Juventus on September 21, 2019, defeating Verona 2–1 at home, where he scored a penalty that was converted by Cristiano Ronaldo. Cuadrado was often deployed as an attacking right-back during the 2019-20 season under the club's new manager, Maurizio Sarri. In a 1–0 away victory over Torino, the Derby della Mole, on November 3rd, he made his 150th appearance for the club in the Derby della Mole. He extended his deal with the club until 2022 later this month. Juventus defeated Torino by a score margin of 2–1, where Cuadrado assisted both goals on 5 December 5, 2020. In a 3–2 home win over Inter Milan on May 15, 2021, he scored a brace. Cuadrado earns the award of best assistman of the Uefa Champions League in 2020/2021 with six assists in six games. Cuadrado defeated Genoa 2–0 on December 5th with an olympic goal.

International career

Cuadrado earned his first call up to the Colombia national team, as well as a spot in the starting XI in a match against Venezuela on September 3, 2010, scoring the first goal of a 2–0 win at the Estadio José Anzoátegui in Puerto La Cruz.

Cuadrado was a member of Colombia's national team that reached the quarter-finals of the 2011 Copa América in Argentina. In Santa Fe's last group match, Fredy Guarrn was his only appearance of the game, beating Bolivia 2–0.

Cuadrado was selected in Colombia's 23-man squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. He scored the team's first goal on a penalty kick in the team's third group stage match, a 4–1 victory over Japan. He will finish his World Cup career with four assists, tying Toni Kroos for the competition's assist leader.

Cuadrado played every minute of Colombia's journey to the quarter-finals of the 2015 Copa América de Chile, scoring in the team's penalty shootout loss to Argentina.

Cuadrado was dismissed after Colombia's 3–0 loss to Uruguay in 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification, for elbowing Diego Rolán on October 13th.

Cuadrado was included in Colombia's 23-man squad for the Copa América Centenario.

Cuadrado played in all four games as Colombia advanced to the knock-out stage, where they lost on penalties to England in the round of 16. In a 3–0 victory over Poland in Group H, he scored one goal, the final one.

Cuadrado was selected in the 23-man final Colombia squad for the 2019 Copa América on May 30th.

He was in Colombia's squad for the 2021 Copa América in Brazil in June 2021. In a 2–1 loss to the host country, he assisted Colombia's opening goal, scored by Luis D'az. On July 7, he earned his 100th cap for Colombia against Argentina, which he lost on penalties; his team became the fifth Colombian player to join the FIFA Century Club. In a 3–2 victory over Peru in the third round, he scored Colombia's first goal from a free kick on July 9, he scored Colombia's first goal from a free kick.


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