Fernando Andrade Joins Sivasspor On Loan From Porto

Sivasspor completed the transfer of Fernando Andrade on loan from Porto on Saturday.

The Super Lig based outfit announced the transfer on the official club website and revealed that he will be joining on a one-year loan move.

Andrade was borin Sao Caetano do Sul, Brazil in 1993 and rose through the youth ranks of his local side Sao Caetano before moving to Japanese outfit Vissel Kobe on loanin 2012.

On his return to Brazil he was transferred to Guarani and then Rio Branco before moving to Portugal in 2015 to join Clube Oriental Lissabon.

After playing for Penafiel and Santa Clara in Portugal he was snapped up by Porto in January this year.

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Andrade scored two goals and provided three assists in 22 appearances for Porto in all competitions last term.

The second striker has yet to represent Brazil at international level.

Sivasspor will take on Istanbul giants Besiktas at home in their opening game of the season next week on Saturday 17 August.