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Bomb signing in Mexican soccer: Pumas announces the arrival of Brazilian star Dani Alves

The Mexican club welcomed the player, considered the greatest winner in soccer history, with 43 titles.

The Pumas of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) announced this Thursday the arrival of Brazilian soccer player Dani Alves, and mark the bomb signing of the current season in the First Division of the Latin American country.

The Mexican club welcomed Alves, the player 39 years old who is considered the greatest winner in football history, with 43 titles.

Through their social networks, the UNAM Pumas published two videos about the arrival of the Brazilian star. In the first, Alves is sitting down checking his cell phone, and begins to follow one of the club’s accounts. In the second recording posted on Twitter, the official Pumas mascot, Goyo, shows the squad’s sports facilities.

Dani Alves, we are waiting for you“, wrote the club in the publication.

Alves was released on July 1st after finishing the contract that linked him to FC Barcelona, ​​a squad with which played the 2021/2022 season.

In addition to two different periods with FC Barcelona, ​​the Brazilian winger also played for Sevilla in Spain, Juventus in Italy, Paris Saint-Germain in France, and São Paulo in Brazil.

Alves is expected to arrive in Mexico City this weekend for the respective medical tests and will be announced later by the Pumas. The star could debut in the match against the Mazatlán club on July 27.

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