West Ham target Juan Cuadrado has ruled out a move to East London, according to reports. Sky Sports News claim that Cuadrado would prefer to stay at Juventus rather than move to West Ham or Watford.

The 30-year-old previously had an unsuccessful spell in England with Chelsea, prior to his Juventus move, and he does not want to return to the Premier League.

Despite slipping down the pecking order in Turin, Cuadrado prefers to remain in Serie A. West Ham’s hopes of landing the Colombia international now look dead in the water.

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The Hammers have plenty of options out wide and should not struggle if they do not sign any new players in that department this summer.

With Felipe Anderson enjoying a successful first season in East London, fans have high hopes that the Brazilian winger will kick on next season.

Andriy Yarmolenko is also set to return. And Michail Antonio, Robert Snodgrass, Nathan Holland and Grady Diangana give West Ham options.

Missing out on Cuadrado, therefore, does not bother many Hammers supporters. Here are several tweets from West Ham fans discussing the latest Cuadrado news.

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