After Chelsea signed Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado for just shy of $40 million on Transfer Deadline Day on Monday, did the Blues upgrade their attacking talent?
With Andre Schurrle out of the door to Wolfsburg for $32 million and Mohamed Salah joining Fiorentina on loan to replace the outgoing Cuadrado, the Blues have reshuffled and many believe they now look more potent in attack.
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Cuadrado, 26, dazzled at the 2014 World Cup as Colombia reached the quarterfinals and the tricky winger, who also possess bags of pace, could well add an extra dimension to the Premier League leaders which could be vital between now and the end of the season.
In the video above our analysts break down Cuadrado’s arrival and discuss his addition to Chelsea’s attack.