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Pumas is more than soccer; I come to win and make history

The trip of more than 10 hours from Barcelona to Mexico, did not end with his smile. Dani Alves attended fans, spoke with some media and continue


The trip of more than 10 hours from Barcelona to Mexico, did not end with his smile. Dani Alves attended fans, spoke with some media and continues to excite the Pumas fans.

The historical Brazilian is already in the Mexico City and tomorrow he will sign his contract with the university team, with which he will be linked until 2023.

In an interview for TUDN, the side already gave his first impressions about his arrival at the team of the where he seeks and wants to increase his legacy as the player with the most titles in world football history.

“I’m not here to prepare for the World, I come here to do everything I’ve done in my life, which is fight to win and make history. Make people happy, I’m not thinking about the World Cup, I’m thinking about what to do with Cougars”, declared the South American legend.

Why did you choose Mexico? Dani Alves assures that he has been linked to the Aztec country since he was a child… The Chavo of 8One of the reasons.

“Good things take a while. More than necessary perhaps… I have had a relationship with Mexico since I was little. I don’t know, but these people always moved me, all my childhood with ChavoGrasshopper, Colorado) and maybe that’s where my relationship was born, “said Alves.

Alves assures that both at club level and in national teams, if there is a country that suffered, it was Mexico. He accepts reaching a complicated football and disapproves of the criticism due to ignorance of the .


On the other hand, he explained what attracted him to the National University Club.

“Pumas is much more than soccer. I like to go where I know there is something more than football… University, gives everyone the same, unites society, makes no distinctions. In life not everything is football. It is not only worth winning, it is how you win”, added the Brazilian.

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