Dani Alves outlines his Barcelona plans to Xavi after transfer raises eyebrows
Dani Alves has revealed that he feels “like a superhero” as he promised to try and return FC Barcelona to where they belong.
The Brazillian left Sao Paolo in September and he arrives back in Catalonia after five-and-a-half years away from the Blaugrana.Information Guide Nigeria
But he is also “fascinated” by the task at hand and vowed to give everything to the cause, saying: “I’ve worked so hard all my life and now I’m here to help Barcelona grow. “It’s an incredible challenge and I’m fascinated by it. To fight and defend this jersey — when I wear this jersey, I feel like a superhero.”
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“I’ll try to rescue the Barca that we all love so much. There’s no margin for error. This is a great opportunity.
“More than 50 per cent of my winning mentality was generated in my time here. I still have a house here and part of my family live here. It was inevitable that I came back.”
The legendary right-back made 391 appearances for Barcelona between 2008 and 2016, winning 13 major honours.JAMB Result
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