Dani Alves was given an euphoric welcome for his official uncovering as Sao Paulo's most up to date expansion. 

The veteran full-back had fixed his arrival to his country by marking for the Brazilian goliaths until 2022, and was welcomed by several loving fans at the air terminal before the luxurious service. 

The previous Barcelona man was then exhibited by his new club at the Estadio do Morumbi before a horde of more than 40,000 intense supporters. 

An extraordinary occasion was facilitated at the setting to praise the club's star marking, with three of Sao Paulo's most prominent hirelings present to present Alves. 

Club commander Hernanes had the advantageous errand of Alves' acquaintances with the fans, Kaka gave the 36-year-old his pullover just because and Luis Fabiano gave Alves another shirt to show off for the cameras. 


Both Casemiro and Luis Suarez had recorded recordings of help for the Brazilian stalwart, while Lionel Messi likewise showed up on the arena's screen with a message of help. 

In any case, only minutes before his revealing, Alves had proclaimed his aims to speak to Brazil at the 2022 World Cup. 

'I need venture robustness. I need soundness sportingly talking since I have my objectives ahead,' he said. 

'I have to construct this story knowing every one of the challenges it involves – back to Brazil, everything that includes my name, everything that individuals are anticipating from me. 



'In any case, the fantasies I have are more noteworthy than any trouble that may exist en route. I stress again that my objective is attempting to play the World Cup 2022. 

'What's more, that implies being in a club that gives me that plausibility, that wager for me, that puts stock in my polished methodology and my history in football. 

'It has consistently been a story worked with much penance and exertion, yet with much give up and much outcome.' 

Alves had been a free specialist subsequent to leaving Paris Saint-Germain, and apparently stood out from Manchester City and Arsenal this late spring.