The Colombia international will miss the first leg of the last-16 encounter after being forced under the knife and ruled out for another month
Juventus expect Juan Cuadrado to be out of action for at least another month after undergoing surgery on a groin injury.
Cuadrado will miss the first leg of Juve's Champions League last-16 tie with Tottenham on February 13 but has a chance of returning to action in time for March 7's second leg.
The Colombia international, who has scored three Serie A goals in 11 starts this season, has already been out for five weeks.
"Juan Cuadrado underwent surgery today [Tuesday] on a long-standing groin problem," a Juve statement read.
"Upon returning to Italy the player will immediately start his rehabilitation programme, with a period of about 30 days rest being foreseen as necessary before he returns to training."
Juve, on an eight-match winning streak in all competitions, travel to Atalanta for the first leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final on Tuesday.