Former PSG defender Dani Alves has joined Sao Paulo of Brazil on a free transfer for 3 years ending December 2022.
Dani Alves will join Sao Paulo following his unpredicted transfer season with pundits speculating as to which club he will settle for.
The 36-year-old has won about 40 trophies as a player in international clubs and his home team Brazil.
Alves last played for a club in his home country was in 2002 when he played for Bahia.
Sao Paulo president Carlos Augusto describes Alves as an exceptional player who fits the club and exactly what the club needs to progress.
He continued to remember a time when he once told the former Barcelona player that he will one day join Sao Paulo, something that he is so happy about.
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Dani Alves captained Brazil in Copa America where they won the cup and he was nominated as the player of the tournament.
In Europe, he has played for clubs such as PSG, Juventus, and Barcelona lifting major trophies with all the clubs.
At PSG he lifted the league title twice, once with Juventus and six-time with Barcelona as he also bagged the Champions League trophy with the Catalans.