Dani Alves: Liga MX’s Pumas signs Brazilian legend

Dani Alves: Liga MX’s Pumas signs Brazilian legend

MEXICO CITY (AP) — When Dani Alves left Barcelona a few months ago, several teams were deemed possibilities for the next stop in his illustrious soccer career. One of the least seemed likely to be Pumas of the Mexican League, yet that is what the Brazilian star chose.

Alves, who with 44 titles is the most successful player in history, passed his medical tests Saturday and signed a contract to join the Mexico City team.

“It fills us with satisfaction because Dani comes to contribute beyond his football. He comes to contribute his personality, his experience of him and comes to contribute his thirst for triumph, ”said Leopoldo Silva, president of the club’s board.

After signing, Alves went to meet the team’s other players and carried out his first training at the Pumas facilities. He then got a warm welcome when presented to members of the team’s fan club, known as “La Rebel.”


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