A touch on Dani Alves!  The FC Barcelona legend returns to the Camp Nou

Dani Alves will soon become a FC Barcelona player. According to the Catalan “Sport” website, the transfer is scheduled to end next week. Xavi decided to bring the Brazilian back to the Camp Nou.

The 38-year-old has been a free agent since mid-September when he terminated his contract with FC Sao Paulo due to the club’s foul. The club owes him a lot of money due to the late payment of wages.

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Soon it appeared in the media that Alves could return to one of the former teams. He provided his services to FC Barcelona, ​​where he provided his services in 2008-2016.

At first, Joan Laporta and her companions were very skeptical about the whole idea. Barcelona wanted to bet on younger players, although they could get the Brazilian for free.

Now everything has changed. As reported by Catalan Sport, Alves will soon return to the Camp Nou. All formalities will be completed next week.

Xavi decided to return the experienced player to Barcelona. The coach was given a free hand on this and decided that his former teammate could be a useful link.

Most importantly, Blaugran doesn’t have to wait until January with the whole deal. As Alves’ contract has been terminated due to club error, he will be allowed to appear on the pitch as soon as Xavi deems fit.

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