Alves passes medical tests and signs with Mexico’s Pumas

Baku, July 25, AZERTAC

Alves, who with 44 titles is the most successful player in history, passed his medical tests Saturday and signed a contract to join Pumas of the Mexican League, according to AP.

Among some of his most outstanding championships, the 39-year-old fullback has won the Spanish League title six times and three Champions Leagues trophies with Barcelona. He also won two Copa America titles and an Olympics gold medal with Brazil’s national squad.

Although he is a veteran, the arrival of Alves to Mexican soccer is the biggest signing since fellow Brazilian star Ronaldinho played with Queretaro in 2014. For Pumas, Alves is the most high-profile player since Germany’s Bernd Schuster played with the team in 1996.

The signing of Alves surprised many because Pumas has been working in recent years with a modest budget. The club won its last Mexican title in 2011.

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