Dani Alves returns to homeland despite Barcelona and Manchester City links

    Dani Alves is set to disappoint several European giants and return to his homeland to commit his future to Sao Paulo, according to the latest reports from England

    The Brazil national team skipper is a free-agent after parting company with Paris Saint-Germain earlier this summer and has been searching for a new adventure ever since.

    Most-decorated player of all time, Alves has won 36 major club titles during his 17-year spell in European football, performing for Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus, and Paris Saint-Germain across that period.

    Twenty-two of those trophies have come during his time at the Camp Nou, where the Brazilian defender made a name for himself and became one of the best right-backs ever.

    Although he has been a subject of interest from Manchester City, Arsenal, and Barcelona among others, the 36-year-old has decided to end his trophy-laden spell in Europe in favor of playing in his homeland again.

    The former Barcelona superstar will soon become a new player of Sao Paulo after reaching a verbal agreement with the club, whom he has supported as a child.

    Also, Alves will take a pay cut to feature in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A again and is expected to pen a three-year contract with the Tricolor in the next few days.

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