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Brazil's Dani Alves and Germany's Julian Draxler appear on cover of World Cup edition of Vogue

Dani Alves has been a busy man this summer. Not only has the Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil right-back undergone surgery on his World Cup-ending knee injury, taken classes at Harvard Business School and presented the MTV Awards in his home country, he has also posed for the front cover of Vogue Russia and launched his musical career.

Alves, 35, and PSG teammate Julian Draxler of Germany starred alongside Russia international Fedor Smolov and model Natalia Vodianova for the cover of the World Cup...

Paris Saint-Germain confirm Dani Alves knee surgery a success

ESPN's Joao Castelo-Branco provides an inside look at Brazil's first training session in England as the FC crew discuss their World Cup outlook.

PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil right-back Dani Alves has successfully undergone knee surgery in the French capital, the Ligue 1 champions confirmed.

According to an official statement on the club's website, the 35-year-old's right knee was operated on by an orthopaedic team at Pitie Salpetriere hospital in Paris on Tuesday.

Alves had to wait for the procedure to give the injury enough time to be ready for a time-saving technique, which will enable "his period of unavailability to be reduced."


 By Ian Holyman

Kaka, Sahin, Alves, others join Harvard Business School's team

A while ago, we learned that Borussia Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin had been accepted onto a course at the prestigious Harvard Business School.

By attending the Ivy League institution in Boston, Sahin followed in the footsteps of other famous footballing names such as Sir Alex Ferguson and Gerard Pique.

As it turns out, the Turkey international isn't the only familiar footballing face to be studying at Harvard under professor Anita Elberse.

Indeed, the 2018 sports management six-a-side team is heavily...

PSG's Dani Alves appears at Brazil's MTV awards dressed as sharp as ever

Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil right-back Dani Alves has made his first public appearance since suffering a season and World Cup-ending knee injury -- the Brazilian MTV MIAW awards.

Alves relished the chance to dress in his usual extravagant style to dish out gongs to the likes of YouTube sensation Felipe Neto, alongside singer Karol Conka.

The former Barcelona and Juventus man then posed for a few picture with his brother and singer Ney Alves.

The 35-year-old is to undergo surgery in Paris shortly...

Brazil's Dani Alves enjoys fame, gets people talking, liking and sharing

Dani Alves does a lot to get people talking, liking and sharing.
Dani Alves does a lot to get people talking, liking and sharing.

This is a profile of Dani Alves, who is part of ESPN's World Fame 100.

Dani Alves likes fame. And he does a lot to get people talking, liking and sharing.

The social-network pages belonging to the Paris Saint-Germain defender are a paradise for his followers. There, Dani Alves shows his fashionable side through his new clothes and shoes. To some, he dictates fashion. To others, he is a little extravagant. For everybody, he is fun.

And that is not all. It is there that Dani Alves shows his artistic...

Brazil will miss Dani Alves at World Cup given importance of right-back role

Brazil have won a record-breaking five World Cups. Can Tite's men make it six in Russia?
The ESPN FC panel are joined by Raf Honigstein to dissect Brazil's chances of winning the World Cup following the release of their 23-man squad.
After humiliation on home soil for Brazil in 2014, Ian Darke and ESPN's expert panel feel redemption could be in the cards for Neymar and company.

Statistics don't win football matches, per se, but they do tell you a lot about what takes place on and off the pitch.

Since manager Tite took over in June 2016, Brazil have played 19 games. Daniel Alves missed only five of them, and three of those matches were friendlies in which only domestic-based players took part; he was suspended for Paraguay's visit to Sao Paulo for the South American qualifiers on March 2017, and sat on the bench earlier this year during a friendly against Japan four...