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Dani Alves has a new club Barcelona legend completes free transfer move to Liga MX side Pumas.

The Brazilian's contract with Barcelona ended in 2021-22, and he subsequently left the team.

Dani Alves, formerly of Barcelona, has signed a free agent contract with Pumas Unam of Mexico's Primera Division. In November of last year, the veteran Brazilian returned to Camp Nou on a short-term agreement, but he was released at the end of the season.

With five points after three games, Pumas are in ninth place on the 2022–23 Liga MX standings.

Former Brazilian national team player Dani Alves has signed with a new team.

To validate the report, Pumas produced a teaser video with the caption "Dani Alves, We are waiting for you."

Upon leaving Barcelona, what did Dani Alves say?

The former Barcelona defender, now 39 years old, criticized the club's day-to-day operations after his leave due to his dissatisfaction with the way his exit was handled.

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I didn't go away feeling sorry," he remarked. I departed feeling relieved to be back in Barcelona. I've been planning this second moment for five years in my dreams. My only complaint is with the way my termination was handled.

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Since my arrival, I've made it quite apparent that I'm not a 20-year-old boy and that I like transparency and honesty. However, the club has been guilty of sin in recent years. People who made contributions to Barcelona's past are disregarded by the club.

"It's my hope that Barcelona will break the mold in some ways. Obviously, I'm not referring to myself here; my experience was different. Xavi and the president have my undying gratitude for rescuing me.

I came across a team where the young players had some fantastic on-field ideas. However, progress away from the field is necessary. When compared to what we established a few years ago, this new way of thinking is night and day. All the action on the pitch is a microcosm of the world beyond.

I want Barcelona to win it all again, but it's a lot of work. Football is a more even-keeled and team-oriented sport. And that's something the club didn't even bother to include."


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