Chelsea News: Oscar Warns New Signing Cuadrado, Saying He Will Be “Hated”

Chelsea finally completed the signing of 26 year old Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado who made a move to Stamford Bridge from Italian side Fiorentina on deadline day. The blues’ midfield ace Oscar has warned Cuadrado that life won’t be easy at Chelsea. The established Blues midfield superstar, after the completion of the transfer, recently tweeted his thoughts regarding it,

“Welcome to the biggest club in the world, @cuadrado. When you’re @chelseafc, #therewillbehaters.”

Cuadrado is a highly talented winger, who has put in great performances this season and can play on either flank or behind the striker. The superstar winger has signed a four-and-a-half year contract, which would be quite pleasing for manager Jose Mourinho, who needed more options in midfield  to challenge for multiple trophies. The Columbian, who put in a great performance at the World Cup and joined Fiorentina in 2012 had made a total of 85 appearances for them, scoring a tally of 20 goals.
Further, in an interview when asked about his views on the move to London, he said,
“The best part about this dream is that I’m going to be part of such a big club. For me that is a huge motivation to perform well. I’m a quick and positive player and I hope to show that on the field of play and help all of my team-mates. It is really going to be brilliant to work with one of the best coaches anywhere in the world. I’m very proud to be playing for him and I think he is going to help me grow into a better player.”

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