Dani Alves’ former team, Pumas UNAM (Mexico), has demanded compensation from him after he was jailed for sexual assault.
Brazilian UOL Esporte said on the 4th (Korean time), “According to the contract, there is a clause that punishes all acts that are considered criminal under the laws of the country where they occurred, such as involvement in a doping case or suspicion.”
According to the media, Alves violated Pumas’ third clause of the contract. The clause stipulates that if a player commits a criminal act, he or she must pay the club 5 million euros (approximately 6.7 billion won) in compensation.
Previously, Alves was arrested for sexually assaulting a woman at a club in Barcelona, Spain in December of last year and was subsequently imprisoned. 카지노사이트
In response, Pumas held a press conference on the 20th of last month and announced the termination of the contract with Alves, saying, “The club reiterates its promise that it will not tolerate such behavior by any member of the institution or whoever it is that is contrary to the university spirit and values.”
Pumas’ legal representative said, “If a player refuses to pay compensation, we will take action with FIFA or other relevant competent authorities.”
Alves is a legend for the Brazilian national team and FC Barcelona. He played 126 A matches in the Brazilian uniform, setting the record for the second most appearances in history. In Barcelona, he played 406 matches and lifted 23 trophies, big and small, but his name was stained with crimes at the end of his playing career.