Brazilian footballer Dani Alves reached an agreement with Sao Paulo and terminated the contract that bound him to this club until December 2022 after his arrival in the 2019/20 season.
Through a statement, the São Paulo squad announced that the right-back is no longer part of the squad that is currently led by Argentine Hernán Crespo and that he is in box 16 of the Brasileirao, one point from the relegation zone.
The former player of teams such as Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain played his last game with the São Paulo tricolor on August 26, in a two-goal tie at home against Fortaleza for the Brazil Cup.
The most recent match played by Alves was in the Brazilian team’s 2-0 home victory against Peru, on September 10, in the tenth round of the Qatar 2022 qualifying rounds.
At 38, Dani Alves da Silva is, so far, the footballer who has won the most titles in the history of football with 45, a figure that he rounded off last August after obtaining the gold medal with Brazil at the Tokyo Olympics. one of the debts that had his record that still lacks the World Cup.