Dani Alves: Barcelona have lost their identity

Sat 07 November 2020 | 6:21

Former Barcelona full-back has spoken about the club’s current situation and the ending of his career at the Catalan club.

Dani Alves is considered to be one of the best right-backs of all time and he is mostly known for his successful era at


. The Brazilian joined Barca from


in 2008 and managed to win eight LaLiga titles, four Copa del Rays and three Champions League trophies with his club. He has also played over 100 caps with Brazil which has led him to win both Copa America and Confederations Cup twice. In a recent interview with RAC1, The 37- year- old has spoken about Barcelona’s situation and his career at the Catalan club which ended with a transfer to


at 2016.

“Barcelona are trying to change their philosophy, and it’s normal that they have problems. For me, the club have lost their identity a little and they’re going to have to go through a hard process to recover it.

“I would have stayed [at Barcelona] my whole life, but it was disrespectful to me that they wanted to throw me out the back door. If they had treated me as they should have, I would still be at Barcelona.

“I rejected a lot of money from Real Madrid – like it or not, a great club – to go to Camp Nou, and I didn’t want to fired. I wanted to be able to leave when I wanted to, but I knew they were pushing me out of the club.”

source: SportMob