Daniel Alves arrested for se*ual assault!


Daniel Alves arrested for se*ual assault!

Dani Alves is accused of allegedly se*ually harassing a girl at the Sutton nightclub in Barcelona on December 30 (the complaint was filed on January 2). Currently the Brazilian, ex Juventus and Barcelona, plays in Mexico with the Pumas shirt.

The soccer player's entourage denied the facts to the ABC newspaper, confirming that Dani Alves was in the club for a short time that evening and noting that nothing happened. Immediately after the testimony, and after denying that anything happened, the Mossos d'Esquadra decided to detain him.

The judge will now decide whether to proceed with a lawsuit or whether to release him. So, Dani Alves in traubles. Brazilian soccer star Dani Alves has been arrested in Barcelona during an investigation into an alleged se*ual harassment.

This was reported by the Catalan regional police. Spanish police said: "He showed up this morning at the police station in Les Corts, a district of Barcelona, where he had been summoned. He has been taken into custody and is on his way to court, where he will have to be heard by a judge."

Daniel Alves' highlights

Considered one of the best full-backs of his generation, he has been named to the UEFA Team of the Year five times (2007, 2009, 2011, 2015 and 2017) and the FIFA FIFPro World XI eight times (2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018).

He is also part of the select group of players with 1,000 official caps.
A right-back with excellent technique, good basic speed and physical stamina, he is also capable of covering the roles of winger and midfielder. In his career he has shown excellent continuity of performance and has achieved excellent results in the goal area, having collected a large number of assists and goals.

Furthermore, he is a good mid- and long-range free-kick taker. Alves has won 44 official trophies, making him the most successful player in football history. In his palmarès he includes a Cup of the North-East with Bahia; two UEFA Cups, one UEFA Super Cup, one Copa del Rey and one Spanish Super Cup with Sevilla; six Spanish league titles, four Copa del Rey, four Spanish Super Cups, three UEFA Champions Leagues, three UEFA Super Cups, three FIFA Club World Cups with Barcelona; an Italian championship and an Italian Cup with Juventus; two French league titles, one French Cup, one French League Cup and two French Super Cups with Paris Saint-Germain; a Paulista championship with San Paolo; an Under-20 World Championship with the Under-20 national team; two America's Cups and two FIFA Confederations Cups with the senior national team; an Olympic gold with the Olympic national team.