Sergio Busquets reveling in Barcelona return of Dani Alves

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Sergio Busquets reveling in Barcelona return of Dani Alves

Busquets delighted with Dani Alves return

Barcelona captain and Spanish international midfielder Sergio Busquets is reveling in the return of Dani Alves to the Camp Nou.

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When speaking ahead of Spain’s crunch World Cup qualifying Group B clash with Sweden on Sunday with the winner guaranteed passage to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Busquets remarked on the Brazilian’s second stint at the Catalan giants;

“The signing of Dani Alves by Barça is a joy. Knowing how professional he is, he will bring us a lot. Also in the dressing room thanks to his character and winning gene”

Busquets enjoyed an incredible eight years with Alves at Barcelona, where the key duo helped the club net an astonishing twenty-three major honors, including six La Liga titles and three Champions League wins.

A career-long servant of the club, Busquets certainly knows a thing or two about what someone can bring to Barcelona, and his insistence that Dani Alves will once again make a big difference to the first-team under new boss Xavi – especially with some brilliant young stars coming through the ranks – will undoubtedly help the Brazilian kick on in his second stint with the club.

Midfielder backs another former teammate to succeed

Dani Alves was not the only former Barcelona teammate that Sergio Busquets backed to succeed on their return to the club.

Sergio Busquets speaks out over return of Dani Alves to Barcelona

DOHA, QATAR – DECEMBER 17: Al-Sadd SC head coach Xabvier Hernandez looks on prior to the match between Al-Sadd SC and ES Tunis at Khalifa International Stadium on December 17, 2019 in Doha, Qatar. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images)

The Blaugrana stalwart also reserved kind words of support for new boss Xavi with the club icon taking up his new role as manager in the wake of Ronald Koeman’s sacking.

“As a player, Xavi has been one of the best, if not the best, in the history of Spain. I have been lucky to meet him as a person and he is even greater. We have enjoyed a lot and had a special ‘feeling’ between Iniesta, him and me. As a coach, I wish him the best. I know how he watches football and with the coaches he has had, I am sure he has learned a lot. I cannot wish more than that he will do well.”

With former stars now joining forces once again in Catalunya, one has to wonder if something special is on the horizon for Barcelona.

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