News Argentine club wants to include Danny Alves

Argentine club wants to include Danny Alves

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Juan Veron, a former Argentine soccer star, and current President of Argentine club Estudiantes, have expressed interest in bringing in veteran Dani Alves, the Brazilian back to Sao Paulo.

“Fox Sports”, in its Brazilian version, conveyed statements to Veron that he said: “I will speak to Danny Alves to know his desire, and if he wants a new experience and come here.”

“Javier Mascherano is very happy here, and we hope to stay with him for a long time, just as Marcos Rojo is doing well.”

Alves has previously joined veteran Argentine defender Javier Mascherano, 35, in the ranks Barcelona Spanish Between 2010 and 2015.

Several recent press reports indicated that the Brazilian Flamengo club had entered into negotiations with the 36-year-old Alves, to include him before the start of the new season in the Latin country.

Alves began his career in 2001 with the Brazilian club Bahia, before taking a professional trip in Europe with the clubs of Seville, Spain (200-2008), Barcelona (2008-2016), Juventus (2016-2017) and Paris Saint-Germain (2017-2019) .

Alves returned to Brazil again last year from the São Paulo portal, with a contract that runs until 2022.

The veteran right-back has a busy international career, where he participated in 115 meetings with the Brazil national team, during which he won 5 titles, the last of which was winning the Copa America 2019.

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