Alves bundles it up before a Libertadores game and turns the Sao Paulo fans against

Daniel Alves has managed to anger a large part of the fans of Sao Paulo, his current team in Brazil. The full-back suffered a broken forearm a few weeks ago in a match against Atlético Paranaense. He had to undergo surgery and has missed several important games. The problem has come when has published a video playing a typical Brazilian instrument with an injured arm.

Also, it does surrounded by people and without respecting the safety distance and without masks, measures recommended by the WHO to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. And if it was not enough, It has been published two days after his team plays half a qualification to the second round of the Copa Libertadores against Liga de Quito. This has not liked anything in the São Paulo fans, who have protested en masse through social networks.

The situation has reached such a point that the sports director of Sao Paulo, Raí, had to call Dani Alves for the player to explain the situation and give him a wake-up call. However, the directors of the Brazilian team downplay it by saying that the impacts to the instrument cannot be compared with those suffered during a match.

Notably, Daniel Alves is currently the highest paid player in South America. Sao Paulo pays him a token of 4 million euros per year, an amount far from the average of what the rest of the footballers in Brazil and the continent charge.