Dani Alves returns to the Camp Nou with a different shirt to that of Barcelona after having played as a Barça player last season. He acted with Sevilla between 2003 and 2008 and, after his first spell as a Barça player, he set foot the barcelonista coliseum with the Juventus jersey, in the 2016-17 season. He now returns to dispute the Gamper with the Cougars Mexican, who trained yesterday on the Camp Nou pitch, where the Brazilian acted as ‘cicerone’ for his new teammates and, after the session, spoke to the media.
alves gave an advice to Barcelona due to the transfer policy that it is carrying out this season: “It’s strange, it’s strange for Barça to do these things in the market, because normally it’s always more than regular”. He considers that “Barça has had to adapt to the market, which is a bit crazy”, but advise the leaders Barcelona fans “that don’t change their philosophy, because that’s what has made them great”.
The return to Camp Nou
Without rancor, although unable to hide a certain disappointment at not having been able to continue, he stated that “I thank Pumas for the trust, sure it will be a great challenge”. And he pointed out that “going back to the Camp Nou is very special for me, I love this club and this badge too much”. There was no lack of a reference to the eternal rival: “The only thing that makes me lazy is coming here in white”.
and was also asked for the fact that Leo Messi, at PSG, is only two titles away from breaking his personal record for the most successful footballer: “If Messi happens to me, it’s nothing new, it would be if another one happened to me. Who happened to you, Messi? Ok, nothing to talk about”