Brazil legend quits Sao Paulo over picture rights

Sao Paulo have confirmed that legendary Brazil right-back Dani Alves has left the membership after a six-month lengthy stand-off over unpaid picture rights.

Again in March, it emerged that the Brazilian facet owed Alves practically £2m – over ten months of his wage – however Sao Paulo had been all the time adamant that they might discover a option to pay up while not having to escalate issues.

Sadly, they have not managed to do this, and Alves has grown so fed up of the state of affairs that he has walked away following the worldwide break – as a substitute telling Sao Paulo that he won’t play for them once more till they pay their money owed.

In an announcement launched on Twitter, the Brazilian facet confirmed that they merely couldn’t pay Alves, and consequently, the 38-year-old will now not be a part of the squad.

Director Carlos Belmonte mentioned: “Daniel Alves and Miranda had been serving the Brazilian staff and will have returned to begin common coaching for out subsequent video games [on Friday]. Miranda attended and skilled usually, however Daniel Alves didn’t attend.

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