Brazilian defender Dani Alves has been “very happy to return” to FC Barcelona, ​​his “home” and where he will meet again with Xavi Hernández, and hopes to help “rebuild” the team after difficult months.

“Hello, culés! I am already here in Barcelona, ​​I am here with you. I am very happy and very happy to return home. I hope to see you very soon to enjoy and rebuild the Barça that we love so much,” he said in his first statements as a Barça player.

In this way, the 38-year-old Brazilian side, who was without a team after leaving Sao Paulo last summer, will live his second stage as a Barça player, although he will not be able to be registered until January.

Alves, who played eight seasons at Barça, is the footballer with the most trophies in history with 46. As a culé player he won 23 titles: 6 Leagues, 4 King’s Cups, 3 ‘Champions League’, 3 Club World Cups, 3 Super Cups of Spain and 4 European Super Cups.

In addition, Dani Alves continued his career at Juventus (2 titles), at Paris Saint-Germain (6) and at Sao Paulo (1) before returning to Barça. In total, the Brazilian has 46 wound with those obtained in his beginnings in the EC Bahía (3), in Seville (5) and with the Brazilian team (6), the last the Olympic gold in Tokyo 2020.