Cuadrado's Juventus "Here to Create" Signed Shirt
Take home this gray Juventus away shirt, an Official Store product from the 2018/19 season, personalized with Columbian midfielder Juan Cuadrado's identifying logo.
Cuadrado has signed this shirt on the back, making it a true collector's item.
On October 30 2018, to mark the first anniversary of the biggest Adidas store in Italy located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, Adidas and Juventus came together to put on a great event - a truly unique experience for the fans. Present at the event were Massimiliano Allegri, Paulo Dybala, Giorgio Chiellini, Miralem Pjanić, Rodrigo Bentancur, Mattia Perin, Mattia De Sciglio, Blaise Matuidi, Douglas Costa, Juan Cuadrado, Moise Kean and Federico Bernardeschi.
During the event the Juventus players, assisted by Adidas staff, Tango Squad influencers and students from the European Institute of Design in Milan (IED), customized eight Juventus away shirts by each adding their own identifying logo in place of the number.
- Gray short-sleeved away shirt
- Juventus emblem sewn onto chest
- Sponsored by Adidas
- Scudetto and Coppa Italia patches on chest
- Champions League patch on right sleeve
- Respect patch on left sleeve
- Identifying logo in smooth plastic print
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