Juan Cuadrado
Juan Cuadrado had a tough start to his Chelsea careerGetty

The agent of Juan Cuadrado has claimed that the winger is not leaving Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

The Colombian joined the west London club from Fiorentina in the January transfer and as a part of the deal, the Blues allowed Mohamed Salah to move in the opposite direction. The 27-year-old has started in only four league games since making a switch to Stamford Bridge.

Treble winners Barcelona were reportedly interested in signing the unhappy winger. The Spanish newspaper Sport claimed that the Catalan club are keen on securing the services of the South American versatile player.

However, Cuadrado's agent Alessandro Lucci has put the recent speculation surrounding his client's future to bed.

"Juan is fine at Chelsea for now, we'll see about later. He's happy, and the club is happy with him, so for now we're comfortable," Lucci said, as quoted by Evening Standard.

Cuadrado was part of the Colombia squad, who were knocked out of the 2015 Copa America quarter-final on penalties by Argentina. He started in all four games for his national side during the tournament in Chile.

The former Fiorentina man has struggled since joining the Premier League champions earlier this year. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho earlier insisted that Cuadrado is still included in his plans at Stamford Bridge.

The former Real Madrid manager has backed the Colombian attacker to come good for the 2015/16 campaign.

"In the four or five months that he has been with us, he had to make an adaptation that is not easy. And he became a [Premier League] champion, won a cup [Capital One Cup], and that will always be in his career," Mourinho explained.

"He has suffered and that is normal. It is one thing to play in Italy and another to play in England and it is not easy to arrive in January to a team that is winning and playing well, and adapt to a different system - Fiorentina played with five defenders, while we play with four."

"People haven't yet seen Cuadrado. I saw him in Italy, at Udinese, when I was at Inter. I saw him play many times and he is a guy I have high hopes for next season," he added.