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Dani Alves to renew contract and remain at FC Barcelona until June 2017

FC Barcelona has announced that Dani Alves has accepted its proposal for the renewal of his contract, which expires on June 30 of this year. The new settlement means the defender will remain at the Catalan club for a further two seasons, through to 30 June 2017, with the option of a third additional season. It all means that the Brazilian will be staying around for what will be his eighth season at the club. He joined from Sevilla in 2008 to form part of the new project under manager Pep Guardiola. The full-back has gone on to appear in 343 matches for Barça, more than any other foreigner in the history of the club. His 19 titles break down as follows 5 Ligas, 3 Champions Leagues, 3 Spanish Cups, 2 European Super Cups, 4 Spanish Super Cups and 2 Club World Cups.

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09 June 2015 03:37 PM

Barcelona (FCB).- FC Barcelona announced on Tuesday that Dani Alves has accepted its proposal for the renewal of his contract, which expires on June 30 of this year. The new settlement means the defender will remain at the Catalan club for a further two seasons, through to 30 June 2017, with the option of a third additional season.


7 seasons and 19 titles

It all means that the Brazilian will be staying around for what will be his eighth season at the club. He joined from Sevilla in 2008 to form part of the new project under manager Pep Guardiola. The full-back has gone on to appear in 343 matches for Barça, more than any other foreigner in the history of the club. His 19 titles break down as follows 5 Ligas, 3 Champions Leagues, 3 Spanish Cups, 2 European Super Cups, 4 Spanish Super Cups and 2 Club World Cups.

Double treble

He forms part of the group of seven players that were in both of Barça’s treble winning squads, that which was completed a few days ago in Berlin, and that of his first season, 2008-09, when he was forced to sit out the Rome final against Man United through suspension.

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  • Dani Alves at the Champions League's Final, played against Juventus (by FC Barcelona)

  • Dani Alves at the Champions League's Final, played against Juventus (by FC Barcelona)