After completing a shock return to Barcelona last Friday, Brazilian right-back Dani Alves has reportedly become the team's lowest-paid player.
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The 38-year-old spent eight years on the Catalan club's books between 2008 and 2016, after being brought to the club by president Joan Laporta, who was serving in his first spell as chief at the time.
Laporta sanctioned Alves' dramatic return before confirming his arrival as a free agent on Friday, with reports suggesting that new manager Xavi Hernandez played a huge role in getting the club to agree to the signing.
Due to the Blaugrana's widely reported financial struggles, concerns over the Brazil international's wages emerged, but according to Sport, the ex-Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain fullback has accepted the lowest fixed salary out of all Barca's first-team players.
Alves, however, could earn big money in bonuses should Xavi's side achieve their objectives between now and the end of the season, especially if the fullback is able to play a key role.
The former Sao Paulo player's contract in Spain will expire at the end of this campaign, with Alves said to be hoping to be selected for Brazil's 2022 FIFA World Cup squad.
He rejoins the Spanish giants having already made an incredible 391 appearances for the club, during which he contributed to 122 goals and won 23 trophies.