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Dani Alves was 'offered' to Club América

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Blaise Bourgeois

Brazilian legend Dani Alves left São Paulo FC last week as the club were unable to pay him $2.5m that they owed in delayed salary payments.

The 38-year-old desperately wants to be a part of Brazil’s 2022 World Cup squad, so he will need to feature for a club that are very much in the spotlight if he wants to have a chance to go to Qatar.

According to TUDN, the player’s agent has offered him to several Liga MX sides, including Club América, Tigres and Monterrey to see if anyone is interested in signing him.

There have also been rumours that claim that he has offers from Brazilian giants Flamengo and Palmeiras as well.

Despite his age, Alves continues to show that he is capable of playing at a very high level, leading Brazil to the gold medal at this past summer’s Olympic Games in Tokyo.

His arrival is complicated, as he has not only expressed his love for Mexico, he has also declared that he wants to stay in his native country.

The transfer market closes in just one week, so America has until the 22nd as a limit to add any new reinforcements.

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