Brazilian defender Dani Alves will not play for Sao Paulo after he refused to return to coaching on Friday in a dispute over unpaid salaries, the membership mentioned.
Sao Paulo’s director of soccer mentioned Alves, who performed for Brazil in Thursday’s World Cup qualifier in opposition to Peru, didn’t flip up and informed the membership he wished to be paid.
Although neither Alves nor the membership cited a determine, O Globo mentioned the membership owed the 38-year-old proper again round 11 million reais ($2.11 million).
“We have been informed by his representatives that Daniel Alves won’t come again to Sao Paulo till there may be an adjustment within the monetary debt that Sao Paulo has with the participant,” Carlos Belmonte mentioned.
“Sao Paulo recognises that debt and final week we made a proposal to attempt to proper it. The proposal was not accepted by the gamers representatives. Negotiations will proceed.
“We have taken the choice and informed this to teach Hernan Crespo that Dani Alves will not be at his disposal to play for Sao Paulo.”
Alves joined Sao Paulo in 2019 after a glittering 17 years in Europe with Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus and Paris St Germain.
Sao Paulo was the membership he supported as a boy and he mentioned his dream was at all times to play for them.
However, he has develop into the most recent sufferer of a typical phenomenon in Brazilian soccer, the place golf equipment fail to play gamers and coaches their agreed charges.
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