The Colombia international set up his fourth goal at the World Cup as the midfielder helped Group C winners secure a 2-0 victory over Uruguay on Saturday night.
Cuadrado has been linked with four-time European champions Barcelona in recent weeks, whilst Arsenal are reportedly monitoring the Viola forward.
However, the 26-year-old South American reiterated his desire to remain in the Florence despite interest from two of Europe’s top clubs.
“I’ve said and I repeat, both my family and I are very good in Florence,” Cuadrado told Marca.
“Right now I’m focused on the World Cup. Then it’ll be time to think about my future.”
Cuadrado scored 11 goals and made five assists in 32 Serie A appearances last season.
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