Laliga side Sevilla are considering bringing Brazilian veteran Dani Alvez back to Spain.
Alvez is the most decorated player in world football owing to the trophies he has won in his career and according to Brazilian outlet UOL, Sevilla are considering bringing the player back to Spain.
The player is currently in the books of Sao Paulo in his native Brazil, but they’re going through a moment of financial difficulty and are considering selling the fullback owing to his high wages.
Should he join Sevilla, the 38-year-old will be moving to a club that gave him his European debut after joining them in 2002. He spent six seasons spend six seasons at the Sanchez-Pizjuan and helped them win the Copa del Rey, the Supercopa de Espana, two UEFA Cups, and a European Super Cup.
He was to move to Barcelona in 2008 under Pep Guardiola where he won almost everything. At Camp Nou, he walked home with six La Liga titles, four Copa del Rey titles, four Supercopa de Espana titles, three Champions Leagues, three European Super Cups, and three Club World Cups.
He was to leave Barcelona for Juventus then Paris Saint Germain before returning home with Sao Paulo.
Dani Alves' career honours with Sevilla:— Squawka Football (@Squawka) August 7, 2021
🏆 2x UEFA Cup
🏆 1x UEFA Super Cup
🏆 1x Copa del Rey
🏆 1x Supercopa de Espana