© LOIC VENANCEDani Alves
MOSCOW, 21 July – Brazilian Dani Alves, who in June announced his departure from the Spanish “Barcelona”, will conclude a one-year contract with the Mexican football club “Pumas”, reports AM.
According to the source, an agreement on the transfer of the 39-year-old defender has almost been reached. The financial component of the contract is not disclosed. Playing for the Pumas is expected to help the Brazilian stay in good shape ahead of the World Cup in Qatar.
Alves played for Barcelona from 2008 to 2016 and also in the 2021/22 season. As part of the club, he became a six-time Spanish champion, four-time winner of the Spanish Cup and Super Cup, and three-time winner of the Champions League. Alves also played for the Spanish “Seville”, Turin “Juventus”, the French “Paris Saint-Germain” and the Brazilian teams “Bahia” and “Sao Paulo”. He made 16 appearances last season, scoring one goal and providing three assists.