Arsenal target Dani Alves hilariously mocks himself up as gardener, security guard and taxi driver as he searches for new club


DANI ALVES has a maverick reputation and his latest Instagram post does that reputation no harm at all.

The veteran Brazilian right-back is currently without a club and took to the social media platform to poke fun at his situation.

Dani Alves poses as a lifeguard as he tries to find a club to make a splash in the Premier League
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The Brazilian also mocked up as a gardener in the hope of digging himself out of unemployment
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Having left Paris Saint Germain at the end of last season, the 36-year-old recently used the photo sharing site to make a serious plea for a new club.

And despite interest from Arsenal, Manchester City and Spurs, the ex-Barcelona man is yet to find a team.


But rather than let the situation get him down the three-time Champions League winner used it to have a laugh.

In a nod to his job-hunting status, Alves hilariously mocked up photos of him as a gardener, taxi-driver, lifeguard, shop assistant and security guard.

However, this is not alien territory for the former Juventus man who recently posted pictures of himself surrounded by animals at the zoo with the caption: “I already found work guys, a little heavy, a little risky but very fun!!”

Alves as a snoozing security guard though he is currently being ‘denied entry’ to the Premier League
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If the right-back can’t find a club soon it could be TAXI FOR ALVES
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While his search for a new club goes on, his old Barcelona boss Pep Guariola admitted he would love a reunion with the right-back at City.

And clearly keen on the Premier League, Alves even considered taking a pay cut to play for Arsenal.

Having played in La Liga, Serie A and Ligue 1, the Brazilain still seems keen to play in England before he retires.

Speaking last year he said: “The idea that I might finish my career without going to the Premier League, it is not possible.

“For sure, this is the most amazing football in the world.

“First, because of the respect for the players from the fans, and then because of the passion on the pitch.

“If I can play, that would be perfect, but I will make it there one way or the other.”

If no one comes in for the Brazilian before the new season it could be check-out time for the ex-Barcelona man’s career
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Vamos plantar coisas boas, vender coisas boas, comer coisas boas, nadar em um mar de coisas boas e o merecimentos dos nossos feitos voaaaa…. ahhh e descansar também.😂😂😂 O resto é histórias!! #goodcrazylifestyle🤪 #jaencontreitrampo🤣

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