Chelsea star warns new signing upon Stamford Bridge arrival

Chelsea star Oscar has warned January signing Juan Cuadrado upon arriving at Stamford Bridge, according to reports from the Express.

Cuadrado secured a £26.8million move to the Blues from Fiorentina on transfer deadline day, with Mohamed Salah going in the other direction on a loan deal.

However, the Colombian’s new teammate Oscar has gone on Twitter to warn Cuadrado that there could be harsh judgement coming from fans and potential insults from their opponents.

But it could very well be that Oscar is just keeping his sponsors Adidas happy, as the sports conglomerate’s new marketing campaign is also in the hashtag of #therewillbehaters.

The campaign features the likes of Gareth Bale, Luis Suarez, James Rodriguez, and Karim Benzema, but although Oscar isn’t in their adverts, is also sponsored by Adidas.

The Blues are also backed by Adidas, which means the tweet could all very well be a marketing ploy.

Yet fans seemed more riled over Oscar stating that Chelsea are the biggest club in the world.

Cuadrado arrives at Chelsea after three impressive seasons with Fiorentina, scoring 26 goals in a 106 games.

 


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