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BARCELONA, Dani Alves: "I will be happy if Neymar will join us"

12.06.2012 06.00 by Marco Gori  read 4211
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Interviewed by El Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona wingback Dani Alves has declared about his compatriot Neymar: "I keep on thinking that he is a champ and that it would be a great signing for any club in the world. If he will sign for Barça I will be very happy. Better now or in the future? I already wanted him last year. The earlier he comes the better it will be for him and for the club that will sign him".


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