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Adriano has expressed a desire to remain at Barcelona but says he will not know if he is wanted until he speaks to new coach Luis Enrique.
The Brazilian utility player still has three years left on his current deal at the Nou Camp but has been tipped to leave this summer as part of a squad rebuilding plan.
In recent weeks rumours have persisted that he could be sold and both Liverpool and Roma have been credited with an interest.
"At the moment I am staying, but I know that there is interest from other clubs," he told Sport.
"I do have a contract until 2017 and until the president tells me something different I will continue.
"I am only thinking about Barca and really would like to stay. I want to talk to the coach and clear things up.
"Lately, there have been a lot of rumours that are not based on anything and I want to start pre-season focused without rumours of whether I am going or staying.
"I do not know what I will do, but if I stay then I will show I am capable of playing more than people think."
Enrique has yet to hold his first training session as Barca boss, but Adriano is confident that the new man will do things the right way.
"Luis Enrique knows that club, he has been close to Guardiola, but he has his own philosophy," he continued.
"He likes good football and brings the best out in his players and that is good, like it should be.
"Now he is the boss and we are all behind him."
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