Adriano has Barca future, Juve interested

Adriano Correia has been told he has a future at Barcelona, but his agent has not ruled out the possibility of him moving to Juventus.

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Brazilian left-back Adriano has made 41 league appearances for Barca since joining them from Sevilla in 2010, but the summer arrival of Jordi Alba from Valencia had put his future at the club in doubt.

A meeting with new Barca head coach Tito Vilanova has given the 27-year-old assurances that he has a future at the Camp Nou. However agent Paulo Affonso revealed that a move to Serie A champions Juventus was still an option.

Affonse told Marca: "Juventus is one of the biggest clubs at this time. They have won the Scudetto and will play the next edition of the Champions League.

"I have good relationships with the management, and they are interested in the player. I'm willing to talk."

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