Adriano Correia is set to switch Barcelona for Chelsea at the end of the season. This comes on the heels of Fillipe Luiz declaring he wants to move back to Spain. Adriano is therefore a logical choice as a replacement for Luiz. The Brazilian who has spent over 10 years in the La Liga, first turning out for Sevilla before heading over to Barcelona has just two years left on his contract with Barcelona and is looking to move to secure first team football. Consigned to just 16 league appearances and 4 cup appearances so far this season, Adriano certainly hasn’t featured as much as he would have loved to.
A move to Chelsea though would guarantee more first team appearances and a new challenge for the 30 year old. While his signing would be seen as an upgrade to the departing Filipe Luiz, Adriano would be offered the chance for a new culture and challenge for Adriano and a chance to boost his already impressive CV by winning more trophies with the champions of England as well as an end to his always playing as second fiddle in Barcelona.
Adriano’s coming to Chelsea is sure to guarantee added quality to the team and the added experience of winning major trophies with one of the best club in football history.