Chelsea have offered Barcelona and a number of Serie A clubs the possibility to sign Juan Cuadrado after the Colombia international failed to convince manager Jose Mourinho he deserves a place in his ranks during his first months in London, according to Spanish newspaper Sport.
The Premier League champions signed the 27-year-old winger from Fiorentina on deadline day during the January transfer window after paying £23.3m ($36.7m) in a deal that saw Mohamed Salah moving in the opposite direction on loan.
Cuadrado was expected to fill the gap left by the sale of Andre Schurrle to Wolfsburg during the same transfer window, with hopes of him battling Willian for a starting spot in Mourinho's line-up.
But the former Fiorentina star has struggled so far to adapt to the pace in England and failed to make the impact expected in his four starting Premier League appearances.
The Mirror and some reports in Italy have since claimed the winger could return to Serie A just six months after arriving at Stamford Bridge.
And Spanish newspaper Sport goes along with those reports while claiming Mourinho is so desperate to part ways with him during the summer transfer window, Chelsea are touting his services to a number of suitors, including Barcelona, Inter Milan and Juventus.
"The adventure to London for Juan Cuadrado will not be very long. Jose Mourinho has only needed six months to recognise that he made a mistake by gambling for his signing and Chelsea are now looking to find a club that will sign him in order to recoup some of the money they spent in his signing," Sport reports.
But the Spanish publication claimed that even though Barcelona tried to secure his services in the summer of 2014, they are no longer interested as they recently completed the arrival of Aleix Vidal from Sevilla to cover that position.