File - Cuadrado caught the eye with sparkling performances for Colombia at last year’s World Cup.
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Chelsea made the biggest splash on a low-key transfer deadline day as the Premier League leaders signed Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina Monday, with Egyptian winger Mohammad Salah moving in the other direction on loan.Blues boss Jose Mourinho had been linked with a move for Cuadrado for several weeks and he finally landed his target after making room in his squad by selling Germany winger Andre Schuerrle to Bundesliga title challengers Wolfsburg just hours earlier.German World Cup winning winger Schuerrle further boosted Bundesliga title challengers VfL Wolfsburg by signing from Chelsea, the buying club announced.The reported fee paid for Schuerrle – who has scored 17 times in his 42 international appearances – betters the 22 million euros Wolves paid Chelsea for Belgium midfielder Kevin de Bruyne a year ago.
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