What did the wife of Dani Alves say after Pumas UNAM dropped her husband?
After Club Pumas announced that they had ended their contract with Brazilian soccer player Dani Alves, his wife issued her first message through Instagram.
Model Joana Sanz, wife of soccer player Dani Alves, has issued her first message after the Pumas announced that they had terminated their contract with her husband. The Brazilian athlete is currently detained in Barcelona, Spain, on charges of sexual assault.
Joana Sanz, Dani Alves’ wife, asks for empathy
Sanz shared a message through her Instagram account, in which she asked the media to give her some privacy. In addition to what happened with Alves, she also pointed out that she suffered the loss of her mother only last week .
“I ask the media who are outside my home, to please respect my privacy at this time. My mother passed away a week ago, and I have barely begun to accept that she is no longer around, so why would you torment me about my husband’s situation,” said the influencer.
“I have lost the only two pillars of my life. Have a little empathy instead of looking for so much news at the cost of the pain of others. Thank you,” she added.
Joana Sanz expresses support for her husband after his imprisonment
When news broke out that Alves was arrested and that a judge decreed that he be imprisoned without bail for sexual assault, his wife immediately responded by expressing her support and affection for her husband, and stated that she knew her husband very well.
What happened to Dani Alves?
After it was reported that the 39-year-old player entered preventive detention, the directors of Club Pumas announced his separation from the team.
“With the information that was shared today about the legal process facing the player Dani Alves, for which he is detained in Spain, we have decided to communicate the following: The Club Universidad Nacional has made the decision to terminate the employment contract with Dani Alves with justified cause from this day,” said Pumas president engineer Leopoldo Silva at a press conference.