Barcelona Made Official On 12th November The Return Of Dani Alves

The 38-year-old Brazilian returns to the club he played for between 2008 and 2016. The player will sign until the end of the current season. He will not be able to make his debut until January.

After the return of Xavi Hernandez, in his case as a coach, Barcelona has made official the return as a player of another of the club’s legends who was part of the best Barca in history.

The Catalan giants made official on Friday 12th November the signing of the experienced Brazilian full-back Dani Alves, who at 38 years of age returns to Barca five years after his departure.

Barca has not indicated whether there is any clause in the agreement with the Brazilian that could extend his contract, although journalist Fabrizio Romano has indicated that there is a possibility that Dani Alves’ contract could be extended for a further season, until the end of 2022-23 season.

Similarly, the team presided over by Joan Laporta stated in a letter that they will soon be informed of the details of his presentation as a first-team player who will gain experience, experience, and, above all, a winning mentality, something much needed these days at the Camp Nou, which is going through a delicate moment at all levels.

In this way, Dani Alves will be able to continue extending his legend as a Barca player. During his first spell at the club, the former Sevilla, Juventus, and PSG player played a total of 391 official matches, so it is more than likely that he will exceed 400 games in the Barcelona jersey.

“Barcelona and Dani Alves have reached an agreement in principle for the player to join the football first team for the remainder of the current season,” they said.

“The Brazilian will be joining training from next week but will not be able to play until January.

“In the Catalan capital, he made the right-back slot his own across eight seasons, making 391 official appearances and scoring 23 goals.

“Alves has also played for Brazil, winning six major titles, most recently the Tokyo Olympic Games, where he lined up in the final against what are now his team-mates Oscar Mingueza, Eric Garcia, and Pedri,” they added.

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