Chelsea is still on market again this January to add more energy in their newly built squad, where they expect to bring in more players and offload some from their current squad. The Blues have not made any more signing so far in the current window, but they have today confirmed the departure of their longest loanee Lucas Piazon. The 25-year old Brazilian international was only lucky to make a single appearance for the Blues. He was then off-loaded to on loan where he has been on dry spell loan for seven years.
Piazon has stayed at Stamford Bridge for about nine and a half years and all these years, the Brazilian managed to make a single appearance in a blue senior squad kit. This is the lowest and poor record the had been made by a Brazilian player in Premier League. He has also made a record of being the longest serving loanee for Chelsea. The midfielder was signed by Chelsea back in 2012 with an expectation of delivery at Stamford Bridge similarly to his fellow Brazilians.
He has today been announced to have departed with the Blues after making a permanent move to Portuguese side SC Braga. Piazon has been serving a long term loan with Rio Ave coming from; Malaga, Vitesse, Arnhem, Entrant Frankfurt, Reading, Fulham and Chievo where he has served on loan.
The Brazilian has now signed a permanent deal with SC Braga for a five-year contract. This is ending his long spell loan while at Stamford Bridge.
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