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DavidEU

Juliano Belletti

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Former Chelsea man Juliano Belletti has agreed a deal to return home to Brazil with Fluminense.

The 34-year-old has agreed a two-year deal at Fluminense and is set to undergo a medical before completing the move later this week.

Belletti could be joined at Fluminense by former Chelsea team-mate Deco, with the Brazilians keen on signing the midfielder.

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He has now announced his retirement. Farewell Juliano.

He should be remembered if only for stopping Arsenal winning the Champions League in 2006, and the fact that all his goals for us were absolute beauties.

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I was against his move when he arrived since i hate Barcelona.But he proved me so wrong,such a great player and scored some screamers for us (most notable against Spurs home).He bought me with his commitment and professionalism,and i thank him for giving 110% in every game he played.I wish we had him last season to help us out when the road was rough.

Good luck to him in his future career.

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