Wednesday 1 May 2019 20:57, UK
Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado is not interested in a summer move to West Ham or Watford, Sky Sports News understands.
The ex-Chelsea forward has said he wants to stay with Juventus next season following reports he could be on the move back to the Premier League.
Even if he was to leave the Serie A club, Cuadrado's preference is to move to another of Europe's top teams, according to a source.
Cuadrado told Sky in Italy on Tuesday: "I'm very happy with the club, the city and the people. My family is happy here, I still have one year until my contract runs out but it doesn't only depend on me.
"I always try and do my best and I would be very happy to stay here."
The 30-year-old originally joined Juventus from Chelsea in July 2017 for £18m after two year-long loan spells.
He has played 19 games for the Serie A side this season, scoring one goal to help Juventus retain their eighth successive league title.