The Colombia international, who spent last season on loan with the Bianconeri, has returned to the Serie A giants until 2019 from Chelsea, the Italian club have confirmed.
Juventus have agreed a deal with Chelsea that sees Juan Cuadrado return to the club on a three-year loan.
After failing to establish himself at Stamford Bridge following his move from Fiorentina in February 2015, Cuadrado spent the 2015-16 campaign at the Turin giants.
The Colombia international made 40 appearances in all competitions as Juve became the first club in Italian history to claim the Serie A and Coppa Italia double in successive seasons.
And now Cuadrado will continue his career on loan at Juve, with the agreement running until June 30, 2019.
The Bianconeri will pay Chelsea €5million per season for the next three campaigns and have the opportunity to purchase him outright in a deal worth €25m.
An official club statement read: “Juventus can today confirm that an agreement has been reached with Chelsea for the loan of Juan Cuadrado until 30 June 2019, for an annual consideration of €5 million.
“Juventus has the right to acquire the player on a permanent basis, or will be obliged to upon the achievement of agreed team results during the loan period, for a fee of €25 million, payable in three financial years, minus the loan fees already paid.
“Should Juventus achieve certain sporting results during the player’s contract of employment, the club will owe Chelsea an additional €4 million in contingent payments.”
Cuadrado featured for the Blues in pre-season but was not used by Antonio Conte in any of Chelsea’s first three Premier League games this term.