Dani Alves Signs New Barcelona Deal Until 2017

Dani Alves has signed a new two-year deal with Barcelona just three days after winning the Uefa Champions League.

The Brazilian full-back, who joined from Sevilla in 2008, has made 343 appearances for the Catalan club in seven seasons.

He helped Barcelona complete a treble in the just concluded season to take his trophy haul to 19, including: 5 League titles, 3 Champions Leagues, 3 Spanish Cups, 2 European Super Cups, 4 Spanish Super Cups and 2 Club World Cups.

Dani Alves Received Tremendous Support for His Response to Banana-Throwing Racist in April 2014.
Dani Alves Received Tremendous Support for His Response to Banana-Throwing Racist in April 2014.

A club statement said: “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 agreement binding both parties will be for a further two seasons, through to 30 June 2017, with the option of a third additional season.”

The new deal means the 32-year-old will remain at the Camp Nou till June 2017 and puts an end to reported interest from several top clubs from Europe.

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