Brazil captain announced his leaving Paris Saint-Germain

Dani Alves will officially leave the Capital City after two years of glorious competition at the Parc des Princes. The defender striker Dani Alves has officially announced his departure from the rich French team after two seasons here.

Speaking through the personal Instagram page, the 36-year-old said: “Today, I finish another successful chapter in my career. I am very proud to have contributed to a glorious stage in the club’s history. Thank you all, from all The staff to each teammate has made me special things for PSG in the past two years. “

However, PSG continues to dominate France. Alves will leave Paris with 8 goals after 73 matches, contributing to two Ligue 1 championships, a League Cup, a National Cup and a French Super Cup. There, he became a defender to win several second titles in European football history, behind only AC Milan’s former captain Paolo Maldini.

With teammates at both clubs and national teams, Neymar could not attend the tournament because of injury, Dani Alves is currently captain of Brazil in the 2019 Copa America campaign at home. He scored in the 5-star “Samba dancers” victory against Peru on June 23, thereby bringing the home team to the quarterfinals.

The captain of the Brazil team and his teammates are facing the opportunity to win the first Copa America since 2007 on their home turf.

Marca revealed, Alves wanted to return to Barcelona, ​​where he won 6 La Liga championships with 3 European C1 trophies. However, the Nou Camp team showed no interest in acquiring their former gods.

Paris Saint-Germain (also known as PSG) is a professional football club in Paris, the capital of France. Formerly known as the Stade Saint-Germain multi-sport club, Paris Saint-Germain was officially founded in 1970 and almost constantly competed in the French National Football Championship.