MD: Dani Alves could finally get his Premier League move - three sides reportedly interested
- The 36-year-old impressed at the title-winning Copa America and is currently a free agent.
- According to Mundo Deportivo, he is wanted by Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham.
- Pep Guardiola would consider a potential reunion if Danilo leaves.
It is rather surprising but legendary Dani Alves is currently a free agent. His contract with Paris Saint-Germain expired on June 30 and he is looking for a new club. There are still talks he could prefer joining FC Barcelona where he would eventually retire. However, it doesn't seem to be that way.
According to Barcelona-based Mundo Deportivo, Alves has already attracted interest from three different Premier League clubs. These are Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City. The Brazilian could be tempted by the idea of the Pep Guardiola reunion while the Gunners allegedly have a limited transfer budget and would love to sign a veteran defender for free.
Previously, Daily Mail have already reported on Dani Alves' potential transfer to Manchester City. In case Danilo leaves Etihad, Manchester City will try to sign former Barcelona defender as soon as possible.
The 36-year-old seems to be better with age, winning his 40th major football title, this time with his national team at Copa America. Alves still amazes football fans with his work rate and the ability to sharpen the attacking line.
Dani Alves spent eight years at Barcelona. Between 2008 and 2016, he won three Champions League trophies. Take look at his best Blaugrana goals: