Brazilian club Sao Paulo is indebted to one of their players due to unpaid image rights according to the latest reports emanating from the Brazilian football scene. Dani Alves is an experienced fullback who plays for Sao Paulo in the Brazilian Serie A and he's being owed by the club according to football director Carlos Belmonte. Dani Alves is being owed to the tune of $15m in unpaid image rights for last year as revealed by the Sao Paulo football director Belmonte. The Sao Paulo official talked about Dani Alves and the unpaid image rights in a chat with Radio Bandeiranteslast week. According to Belmonte, Sao Paulo are hopeful that Dani Alves will stay at the club beyond his current contract despite the huge sum owed him by the Brazilian top flight club.


Veteran Sao Paulo defender Dani Alves is undoubtedly one of the best right-backs of his generation having played with distinction for clubs in Europe and South America. Dani Alves started his career as a professional footballer at Bahia in his native Brazil before he left South America for European football. Spanish La Liga giants Sevilla were the first team for Dani Alves in European football. The longest period of his club career was spent at the Nou Camp in the colours of Barcelona. Dani Alves has played for six teams throughout his career. Apart from Bahia, Sevilla, Sao Paulo and Barcelona, Dani Alves has also played for Italian Serie A champions Juventus and French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG).


Real Madrid left-back Marcelo was the first choice at the club for over a decade until the arrival of Ferland Mendy from Lyon in the top flight of French club football. Lyon sold Mendy to Real Madrid for a lot of money at the start of last season and he has been the favoured choice at left-back ahead of Marcelo. The Brazilian player didn't help himself with his poor defensive displays for his team.

Marcelo has always been an attacking fullback at Real Madrid over the years but his poor defensive displays didn't become prominent until the past few years. Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has a lot of injuries to contend with and this led him to start Brazilian international Marcelo in midfield during the 2-0 win at home to Getafe in their La Liga clash earlier this week.


Brazilian defender Dani Alves has been linked with a sensational return to Spanish La Liga side Sevilla. The rumours of a move back to Sevilla for Daniel Alves was fuelled after the player took to his official Twitter handle earlier this month to tease fans. Dani Alves posted of himself with the caption that suggested that he's returning home to Sevilla.

Dani Alves plays his club football for Sao Paulo in his native Brazil at the moment and his post suggested that a move back to Sevilla is on the horizon but that was not the case.


Rangers defender James Tarvenier has opened up on his admiration for some legends of football, Marcelo and Dani Alves, admitting that he admires the duo and is trying to pattern his playing style to that of the former and current football stars.

The Rangers captain has been in spectacular form this season as he has been scoring goals for fun and registering assists even though he is just a right-back. He has been sensational for Rangers this season and is particularly one of the many players who have massively improved the club as they push towards a league title win this season.


Leicester City defender James Justin has played at left-back and at right-back for the Foxes this season to show his versatility thus receiving high praise from his former manager at Luton Town, Nathan Jones. Nathan Jones was the manager at Luton Town while James Justin played for the club from 2016 till 2019.

He told TalkSports that James Justin has surpassed expectations at Leicester City as he compared him to Brazilian fullback Dani Alves. According to Nathan Jones, James Justin is in the mould of fullbacks like Dani Alves and Jordi Alba.


Sao Paulo defender Daniel Alves is regarded by many football stakeholders as the best right-backs of his generation. The defender has captained the Brazilian national team on several occasions. The Brazilians are on the right track to qualify for the next FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar in two years' time. Daniel Alves and Brazil have won their first four World Cup qualifiers in the South American section and they lead the standings withtwo points from nearest challengers Argentina.

Daniel Alves is the most decorated player in the history of football as he has won 40 titles in the colours of his numerous clubs and for his country. The Brazilian has played for six clubs in his career starting with Bahia in his native Brazil.

Barcelona confirm injury toFrenkie de Jong after Mallorca win

Barcelona has confirmed the injury of Frenkie de Jong on Sunday and he will be on the benches temporarily. They have done health year regarding the injury and they have found the injury in the player’s right leg. He was part of Barcelona team in the first match after the resumption of the league against Mallorca which Barca won for 4–0. But he was absent from both the games against Sevilla and Leganes.

Barca is unsure when the midfielder will be able to play for the team, as it will take more time for the player to recover from the injury.
De Jong was transferred from Ajax on last summer and he there were many expectations regarding him. He has been a consistent part of the first team of Barcelona in the current season. Even though Netherlands manager Ronald Koeman has questioned the Spanish club’s decision on choosing his position on the field, he believes that he will be better playing in the deeper position of the team. In the present season for Barca, he has played for 38 matches and has scored a couple of goals and assisted two goals


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