Manchester City set to resume pursuit of Dani Alves as Brazilian defender ‘heads back to Europe to listen to offers from two clubs’ after PSG exit
- Alves captained Brazil to the Copa America title by beating Peru 3-1 in final
- The 36-year-old defender is a free agent after his contract expired at PSG
- He will consider his options after receiving offers from two European clubs
Brazilian right-back Daniel Alves is on his way to Europe to listen to offers, according to globoesporte.globo.com.
The 36-year-old defender has enjoyed a few days celebrating helping Brazil win the Copa America title.
And now Alves will consider his options for next season after his contract with French champions PSG expired last month.
Brazil defender Daniel Alves is a free agent and has received two offers from clubs in Europe
Globo Esporte claims that Alves, who made 32 appearances last season, has received offers from two European clubs.
Alves has his sights set on adding to his incredible haul of 40 trophies he has collected in a storied career spanning 18 years and five clubs.
He claimed domestic titles, including league and cup wins, at Barcelona, Juventus and PSG.
The defender has enjoyed a few days celebrating helping Brazil win the Copa America title
The 36-year-old won three Champions League crowns while with Barcelona in 2009, 2011 and 2015.
Alves has also enjoyed a successful career for his country, winning the Copa America in 2007 and the Confederations Cup twice in 2009 and 2013 before his second Copa triumph on Sunday night.