Juan Cuadrado
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Manchester United have reportedly agreed terms with winger Juan Cuadrado regarding his move to Old Trafford from Serie A club Fiorentina.

According to the Express, the Red Devils have come to an agreement with the player, but are still to agree a fee with his employers.

It is claimed that Fiorentina are holding out for a fee in the region of £32m which is yet to be met by the club.

Barcelona have also been heavily linked with Cuadrado, with boss Luis Enrique keen to take him to Camp Nou as a replacement for Dani Alves, who they are keen to offload this summer.

The 26-year-old winger, who can also play as a wing-back, had an impressive Serie A season and also put in some top performances for Columbia during this summer's World Cup in Brazil.

Chelsea could help United land their man, after it was reported that Blues winger Marko Marin is set to complete a loan move to Fiorentina, after the Italian club confirmed that the player had arrived in Florence to undergo medical tests before completing his move.

Louis van Gaal complained earlier in the week that United lacked quality wide players to add width to his attack, and seems keen to bring in the necessary signings before the end of the summer transfer window.

"At this moment, we have five No 9s and four No 10s – and we don't have wingers to give us attacking width," Van Gaal said, as quoted in the Express.

"Or, I should say, we don't have wingers of the highest level, like [Cristiano] Ronaldo or [Angel] Di Maria or somebody like that."

"So, I have to play in another way – and you have seen that already. I only buy when I think we need to buy – in the position that is necessary," the former Bayern Munich manager added.

The Old Trafford club have also been heavily linked with a £55m bid for Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria, whom the Dutchman rates very highly.