Dani Alves will not be associated with any team until 2022

Veteran Brazilian defender Dani Alves decided not to sign any team until the end of quest’year, after having terminated the contract between him and the San Paolo, following disputes between the two parties over salary delays. Sao Paulo said earlier this month that Alves would no longer play for him after he refused to go back to training and asked the club to pay its dues. Neither Alves nor the club they specified the amounts in backward, but the newspaper O Globo claimed that the club he owed the 38-year-old about 11 million Brazilian reais ($ 2 million). After the separation from San Paolo, i media locals have nominated Alves to join more than one Brazilian team, such as Fluminense or Flamengo. Alves joined San Paolo in 2019 after 17 years of outstanding results in Europe with Sevilla, Barcelona, ​​Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain. And Alves said via Instagram who will be returning to stadiums again, adding that his stadium career has not yet come to an end. Alves led Brazil to the Olympic gold medal in Tokyo last month, but will miss World Cup qualifiers with the national team next month after manager Tite barred him from the squad. (Reuters)

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