Born in Necocli, Columbia on May 26, 1988. Colombian professional soccer player Juan Cuadrado, who is currently playing as a winger for Premier League club Chelsea and his country’s national team, has an estimated net worth of $5 million with an annual salary of €550,000. Cuadrado’s career began when he joined Atletico Uraba’s youth academy before going on to play for Independiente Medellin’s youth system where he later made a breakthrough into the senior team in 2008. There, he made 30 appearances and scored two goals. From 2009 to 2012, the winger played for Serie A side Udinese and Lecce, for where he featured in 53 matches and netted 3 goals in total. Later, Cuadrado signed with Fiorentina and went on to score 20 goals in 85 games prior to his £23.3 million switch to English club Chelsea in January of 2015. The winger then made his debut at the club in their 2-1 away victory over Aston Villa and has so far featured in 9 matches. Internationally, Cuadrado has been with Colombia’s senior team since 2010. His debut for the nation was 2-0 victory over Venezuela on September 3, 2010. He has to date had 39 international caps and 5 goals to his name. With Chelsea, Cuadrado has also won Football League Cup and Premier League; individual honors include FIFA World Cup Top Assists in 2014.