“I am still in shock. I have been trying to return for a long time, it’s a privilege.
We will try to rescue the Barcelona that we all know.
We are in the process of that, but we have to accelerate it because there is no margin for mistakes,” Dani Alves told Barca TV during his medicals.
“I am facing an incredible challenge, one of the most fascinating. Rebuilding, fighting, sweating, defending the shirt.
There are two shirts that, when I put them on, I feel like a superhero: Brazil and Barca.
I hope to infect my colleagues with the same feeling
We are all Barca, the players and the fans. You cannot stop coming and supporting the team. Now is the time to join forces and support [the team].
“I have lived the most beautiful moments in football at Barca.
It was inevitable that I would return.
The pleasant surprise is to do it as a player, but otherwise, I would have returned in another way.”
Dani has returned to Barca, signing a contract until the end of the season.
The 38-year-old left the club in 2016, but the Catalans never really managed to find a replacement despite spending nearly €100m.