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Dani Alves insists that it is an ‘honor’ to return to Barcelona after five years away

Dani Alves says it is an ‘honor’ to return to Barcelona to reconnect with old colleagues after five years away … and the 38-year-old star will inherit Andrés Iniesta’s famous number 8 jersey at the Camp Nou.

  • Dani Alves has described his return to Barcelona this season as an ‘honor’
  • He has also said that it will be a ‘pleasure’ to wear shirt number 8 at the Camp Nou
  • Alves played for Barcelona between 2008 and 2016, winning six LaLiga titles
  • Now he will return with his former teammate and new Barça boss Xavi


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Dani Alves has described his return to Barcelona as an ‘honor’ and assures that it will be a ‘pleasure’ to wear Andrés Iniesta’s famous number 8 jersey at the Camp Nou.

Alves played for Barcelona between 2008 and 2016, clinching six LaLiga titles, three Champions League crowns and three Club World Cup trophies, among other important honors.

He is now ready to return to the club and meet his former teammate and new Barça coach Xavi after terminating his contract with Sao Paulo.

Dani Alves (above) has described his return to Barcelona this season as an 'honor'

Dani Alves (above) has described his return to Barcelona this season as an ‘honor’

In a video posted on Barcelona’s social media, Alves said: ‘It’s a pleasure to be here after such a long time. Coming back here is an honor, a pleasure; to be able to share [it] with you again.

I come to learn from you now, the new world. From the old man, I want to convey one thing; to find out what this club and this shirt represent. I’ve been abroad and this is the best place to do great things, to live.

Alves played for Barcelona between 2008 and 2016, clinching six LaLiga titles, three Champions League crowns and three Club World Cup trophies, among other great honors.

Alves played for Barcelona between 2008 and 2016, clinching six LaLiga titles, three Champions League crowns and three Club World Cup trophies, among other great honors.

Alves played for Barcelona between 2008 and 2016, clinching six LaLiga titles, three Champions League crowns and three Club World Cup trophies, among other great honors.

He is now ready to return to the club and meet his former teammate and new Barça coach Xavi (above) after terminating his contract with Sao Paulo.

He is now ready to return to the club and meet his former teammate and new Barça coach Xavi (above) after terminating his contract with Sao Paulo.

He is now ready to return to the club and meet his former teammate and new Barça coach Xavi (above) after terminating his contract with Sao Paulo.

‘Are you here; value it, because there is nothing better out there. It is a pleasure to be here with you. [I’ve] I come to do great things, because this club is made of this, of doing great things. ‘

During his time in Barcelona, ​​Alves won 23 trophies, including six La Liga titles and three Champions League medals.

Six more silver pieces in two seasons at PSG followed after he won the double in his only season at Juventus.

He then joined his childhood club Sao Paulo on a free transfer in August 2019 and became the highest paid footballer in South America.

His move to Sao Paulo saw him unusually wear the number 10 jersey, but he made the net 10 times and provided 15 more assists in 95 appearances for the club.

His move to Sao Paulo saw him unusually wear the number 10 jersey, but he made the net 10 times and provided 15 more assists in 95 appearances for the club.

His move to Sao Paulo saw him unusually wear the number 10 jersey, but he made the net 10 times and provided 15 more assists in 95 appearances for the club.

Now he will return to Barcelona to wear the number 8 shirt, famous for Andrés Iniesta

Now he will return to Barcelona to wear the number 8 shirt, famous for Andrés Iniesta

Now he will return to Barcelona to wear the number 8 shirt, famous for Andrés Iniesta

His move to Sao Paulo saw him wear the number 10 jersey, but he made the net 10 times and provided another 15 assists in 95 appearances for the club.

During his time at the South American club, the right-back was also the captain of his country to Olympic gold at the Tokyo Games.

He will now return to Barcelona to wear the number 8 jersey after terminating his contract with the Brazilian team due to a salary dispute.

Alves previously wore the number six, 20 and 22 at the club. However, this time he will follow in Iniesta’s footsteps and will put on jersey number 8.

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