- Dani Alves has explained that most people in the city of Paris are 'racists'
- He added that some of his friends have been abused racially in the French city
- The Brazilian spent two seasons at Paris-Saint-Germain winning League title twice
Brazilian football star Dani Alvez has launched a bizarre attack on the city of Paris where he lived for two years labeling the people in the French city as 'racists'.
After spending two seasons at Paris-Saint-Germain where he won 2 French Ligue 1 titles, Dani Alves returned to his country and has joined Sao Paolo.
The former Barcelona defender has now explained how stressful the city of Paris is adding that some of the people living there are hostile.
Alves stressed that although he was not attacked by anyone, but some of his friends suffered racial abuse from the people of Paris.
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“If you go to Paris for a week, it will be the trip of your life, but any longer than that and it gets tiring.
“It reminds me a bit of Sao Paulo, but there, they are f***ing racists. A lot of them.
“They didn’t say anything to me because I would have old them to go and f*** themselves, but I saw it towards my friends,'' Dani Alves told GQ Magazine.
Alves on Sunday, October 13, captained his national team in an international friendly match against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Dani Alves chose to end his unbelievable spell in European football as he returns to Brazil to join Sao Paulo.
The Samba Boys captain won many trophies with Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain during his glittering 19-year career in Europe.
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