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Adriano signs new Barca deal

Barcelona full-back Adriano Correia has signed a new four-year contract to stay with the Spanish champions until 2017.

Last Updated: 22/05/13 at 22:47 Post Comment

Adriano: Barcelona full-back has signed a new contract to 2017

Adriano: Barcelona full-back has signed a new contract to 2017

Adriano joined Barcelona in 2010 from Sevilla in a €9.5million (£8.1m) deal and has added to an already impressive trophy haul.

During five seasons with Sevilla he won six trophies, but has since helped the Catalan giants to eight more, including two league titles and the Champions League.

The Brazilian utility player is seen as a vital squad player by Barcelona and has been rewarded as such with a new long-term contract.

"FC Barcelona have agreed to terms with Adriano Correia to renew the player's contract for four additional seasons, through June 30 of 2017," a statement on the Barca official website read.

"The player's buyout clause is set at 90million euros (£77m)."

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