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Dani Alves

33-Year-Old Defender     Barcelona  La Liga      Full Name: Daniel Alves da Silva


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Birthdate:  May 6, 1983    Birthplace:  Juazeiro, Brazil    Nationality:  Brazil    Height:  5' 8"    Weight:  141 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a seven-year contract with Barcelona in July of 2008.

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June 8, 2016    Dani Alves News

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Alves notched two assists and one shot (off target) against Haiti on Wednesday. He committed a foul and was fouled twice.

Alves was at his best against Haiti, moving forward on a consistent basis and playing most of the game as a winger rather than a traditional fullback. Alves is quite a threat crossing the ball, and he should rack up plenty of assists in the coming days since he's one of Brazil's biggest threats in the final third.

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June 4, 2016

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Alves announced on Friday that he is leaving Barcelona to sign with Juventus, ESPN FC reports.

Alves has been an excellent fantasy option during his eight years at Barca, and he figures to offer just as much as a wing back with the Italian giants. Barcelona are likely to use Alexei Vidal as Alves' replacement, giving him a significant boost in fantasy value.

May 19, 2016

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Alves and Barcelona took the challenge to heart and dominated the end of the La Liga season en route to another title.

Once again, Alves was a vital part to Barcelona's back line despite struggles here and there throughout the season. He made 29 appearances and finished with four assists, yet there are still rumors floating around that he'll depart in the summer. With another year left on his deal, it's hard to see why the two sides would separate.

June 9, 2015

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Barcelona announced Tuesday that Alves agreed to a new two-year contract with an option for a third year.

Alves was going to be out of contract this summer and had been linked to numerous big clubs like Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and AC Milan. However, after winning the treble this season, making it 19 trophies in seven seasons, he'll stick around to see if they can repeat their remarkable 2014/15 season.

May 6, 2015

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Alves took one shot, whipped in three crosses and assisted on a Lionel Messi goal during Barcelona's 3-0 win over Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

The Brazilian is one of the most accomplished attacking fullbacks in the world, as is evidenced by his running total of 10 assists on the season. Alves is a strong play again this weekend against Real Sociedad at home.

April 10, 2015

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Alves will be leaving Barcelona at the end of the season after rejecting a contract extension, reports Sky Sports.

Alves' agent Dinorah Santana said on Thursday that the club offered the defender a new contract. That offer was rejected, and links with clubs like Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United will continue.

April 9, 2015

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Barcelona offered Alves a new contract that would extend his stay with the club in Spain, reports the Daily Mail.

Alves has said that he would like to move to England to play in the Premier League, and has been rumored to be on the shopping lists of a few clubs. Agent Dinorah Santana said that Barcelona had delivered a contract to keep him in Spain that will serve as a starting point for discussions.

October 2, 2014

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Alves said that he wants to leave Barcelona to play in the Premier League next season, according to Sky Sports.

Alves said the current season would be his last with Barcelona. He joined the side in 2008, winning four league titles and two Champions League tournaments.