Dani Alves announced that he will not play for any club for the rest of the year

Brazilian right-back Dani Alves, 38, announced this Friday that he will remain free until the end of the year after having separated from São Paulo due to an economic debt and that he will resume activity in 2022, with a view to the Qatar World Cup.

“I come here to inform you that I have chosen not to sign for any club for the rest of the year. I came to Brazil for a child’s dream and the dream came true. Being champion with the heart club is priceless,” said the footballers most winner in history on his Instagram account.

With São Paulo, where he played mainly as a central midfielder, he won the São Paulo regional championship, where Palmeiras and Corinthians compete among the most recognized teams.

“It’s not about money, it’s about values, it’s about manhood, it’s about character, it’s about legacy. Tough decisions need to be made, but as usual, nothing in my life has been easy. It’s just another decision. “continued the exBarcelona.

Dani Alves passed through Bahia in his country, Seville and Barcelona in Spain, Juventus in Italy and PSG in France, before arriving in São Paulo. Between clubs and selected he reaped 40 titles, the last of them in the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

“Thank you all for your interest, but I would like the chapter to close without any interference,” he concluded.

Alves is a regular part of the roster of the Brazilian team that Tite commands, however, the player is not among the 25 mentioned that DT delivered this Friday for the triple date of the Qualifiers in October.

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