What’s next for Dani Alves?
Now 36, Dani Alves is still at the top of his game.
Alves recently won the 40th honour of his incredible career, as Brazil won this summer’s Copa America.
🇧🇷 @DaniAlvesD2: first footballer EVER to win 40 trophies!
3x 🌍 UCL
2x 🌍 UEL
4x 🇪🇺 Supercup
3x 🌎 Club World Cup
6x 🇪🇸 La Liga
5x 🇪🇸 Supercup
5x 🇪🇸 CDR
1x 🇮🇹 Serie A
1x 🇮🇹 Cup
2x 🇫🇷 Ligue 1
2x 🇫🇷 Supercup
1x 🇫🇷 Cup
1x 🇫🇷 League Cup
2x 🌎 Confed Cup
2x 🌎 Copa America
🤯 Wow. pic.twitter.com/eSv3SdGme1
— SPORF (@Sporf) July 7, 2019
Not only did Alves maintain his spot in the Brazil XI, he was also named the player of the tournament.
Dani Alves is now a free agent, after his contract at PSG expired in the summer.
According to leading Brazilian outlet Globoesporte, Alves is now on his way to Europe to listen to two proposals for his signature.
What Dani Alves wants
Globoesporte consider what’s important for Alves right now.
They believe that the Brazilian icon will only move to a “competitive league”, while Alves is also looking to agree a 2-year deal.
The length of the contract is key, as Alves has his sights set on being in the Brazil squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Man City linked to Dani Alves
According to Globoesporte, two clubs have already tabled offers to Dani Alves.
However, the Brazilian outlet fail to name which clubs have lodged these proposals.
Readers are nevertheless told that these clubs are “are part of the continent’s top echelon.”
Could one of those teams be Premier League champs Man City?
That’s hinted at by Globoesporte, as they report that Dani Alves admitted that he could try learning English after the outlet quizzed the Brazilian about joining the Sky Blues.
Globoesporte note that Dani Alves has a “good relationship with coach Pep Guardiola”.