The experienced Brazilian international defender of Paris Saint-Germain, Dani Alves, said Thursday that the club should follow its recommendations to improve the Champions League.
With three UEFA Champions League crowns, three World Cup club titles and two UEFA Cup wins in his career-leading 38 trophies, the back-end is the most decorated active player in the world, but he feels his voice is not heard in mad League 1 leaders of the PSG.
PSG have been eliminated from the Champions League in the last 16 years for the third year in a row, scoring away goals against Manchester United this season after winning the first leg 2-0 at Old Trafford.
“I know how to win,” said RMC Sport, 35, who joined PSG in 2017 after Juventus and is negotiating a contract extension for next season.
“When I want to say something, I want to be followed, not because I’m better than another, but because I’ve been there.
“When someone is there, maybe it is okay to listen to him, to rely on his experience, maybe it’ll work, maybe not, but when I say something, listen more”
Alves, who spent six years in Seville and eight in Barcelona before moving to Italy in 2016, said the PSG should have been less complacent and more aware that the story was against them.
“When you face a historic opponent in the fields of football, boxing, tennis, the story will always be against you,” he said.
PSG is about to win the eighth title in Ligue 1, he will win Sunday avoiding the loss against Lille, second.
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