Mexico’s Pumas announced on Friday that they had terminated Dani Alves’ contract after the veteran Brazil defender was arrested in Spain on allegations of sexual assault.
The Pumas, who are linked to the National Autonomous University of Mexico, “made the decision to terminate the player’s employment contract with just cause,” club president Leopoldo Silva told reporters.
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“The club reiterates its commitment not to tolerate acts by any member of our institution, whoever they may be, that go against the university spirit and its values,” he added.
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