Dani Alves is a Brazilian full-back who has played for many successful clubs in Europe. He has formerly played for Barcelona, Paris Saint Germain and just recently also played for Juventus. Dani also features for the Brazilian national team at the international stage. He is now 36 years old breakthrough at Sevilla from where he was transferred to Barcelona in 2008 after spending 9 years with the Catalans. He became the best full-back in the world during his prime and was excellent in attack. His pace was a nightmare for the opposition’s defence.
The Old Lady picked up the experienced full-back from the Catalan side where he won the Serie A and the Copa Italia. After his term at Juventus, he moved to the French giants, Paris Saint Germain, where he was reunited with his best friend, Neymar. He plays in the yellow of Brazil with him. Dani continued to perform for PSG and was a vital part of the team. He has scored 8 times and has assisted a whopping 18 times in his 2-year span with the club.
Dani Alves is one of the most decorated full backs in the history of the game and has 100 assists to his name in the Barcelona jersey. He has won the UEFA Champions League 3 times, the Spanish Cup 5 times and has made the Team of the Season (La Liga) 6 times and many more. After so much of European success, Dani finally decided to move to South America where his roots lie. He has joined Sao Paulo FC that plays in the Brazilian league. On the day of his signing reveal, there were crazy scenes in Sao Paulo. His fans surrounded him and lit up firecrackers and lighters to welcome him.
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Dani said that he is aiming for more success and is looking ahead to the 2022 World Cup that will be played in Qatar. He hopes that the Brazilian coach will follow his play and select him in the squad for the world cup. Dani is a legend of modern football and football fans are happy to see him make plans to entertain them with his world-class football for more years to come.
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