Latest report gathered from the world of football indicates that Dani Alves has left Sao Paulo following two years at the club in the midst of salary dispute with the Brazilian club.
The sensational 38-year-old playmaker joined his childhood club on a free transfer in August 2019 and guess what, he became the best-paid footballer in South America subsequent to exiting Paris Saint-Germain.
However, MARCA reports that Dani Alves has now left the Brasileirao outfit since he has not been paid completely for both of his two seasons, and that the club actually owes him a whopping £2.6million (€3m).
The club then, at that point expressed through The Mirror saying:
”We were informed by his representatives that Daniel Alves will not return to Sao Paulo until there is an adjustment of the financial debt that Sao Paulo has with the player”.
Apparently, Dani Alves’ deal with the Brazilian club supposed to run until December next year, however the ex- Barcelona and PSG star is presently a free agent and has been connected with a transition to the MLS, clubs in the Middle East, just as Boca Juniors and River Plate.
Talking in March, the clubs’ football chief, Carlos Belmonte, said the Covid pandemic had added to the circumstance.
”Of course, we have this situation to resolve, which is still open, to reconstruct the financial issue. We can do this, Daniel stays.
We had a long conversation with Daniel, and he always demonstrates that real desire to continue in Sao Paulo. He is a professional above all, absolutely committed, this I can guarantee you.’
His transition to Sao Paulo saw him net on 10 events and gave 15 assists and 95 appearances for the club.
In other news, Manchester United legend, Gary Neville, has named Cristiano Ronaldo as “the best player ever” expressing reasons why he feels his one time colleague is superior to match, Lionel Messi.
Ronaldo scored twice during a fantasy homecoming to Manchester United last weekend and guess what, on his second appearance for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side in a 4-1 Premier League triumph over Newcastle.
Garry Neville says the Portuguese International is the best to at any point play the game saying he has a more unrivaled adaptability as a goal scorer than Paris Saint-Germain play-maker, Lionel Messi.
This is what Gary Neville had to say on Sky Sports;
”Look, there’s no club that Messi’s scored an obscene amount of goals. He’s a ridiculous player. Ronaldo’s scored probably 30 or 40% more with his wrong foor and he’s scored more penalties. So it just took to me to a point where he was more complete in terms of the most important part of the game. The thing that tips it over the edge even more is that international record, of the most international goals ever. The fact that he’s won 5 Champions Leagues with teams that aren’t even as good as Messi’s team.
Messi’s won more league titles with that Barcelona team, but I just feel that the international goal record and the Champions Leagues, aligned with the variety of goals that he scores, even though they’re very similar in overall number, takes me to think that he is the greatest player of all time.”