Scudetto Champions, Juventus have made the deal involving Cuadrado permanent for a reported fee of €20m (£17.2m).
Cuadrado joined Chelsea from Fiorentina in January, 2015 but failed to make a mark at England leading to Jose Mourinho who was the manager at that time to loan him to Juventus.
Juventus utilised Cuadrado under Massimiliano Allegri and was an inspiration to the Bianconeris last season. His loan deal expired and he returned back to his parent club which had Antonio Conte coming in as a manager.
Juventus requested his services and was handed to them on a 3-year loan deal by Chelsea which would have seen his contract with the Blues expire after the loan period.
But having seen him perform inevitably beyond what Juventus expected from him, the Turin based club has made the deal permanent signing him on a £17.2m deal.
Cuadrado has been inspirational to Juventus winning the Series A title and the Copa Italia and also helping them reach the final of the UEFA Champions League where they will take of the Kings of Spain, Real Madrid.