Brazilian Dani Alves looks set to be offered a three year deal from Manchester United to the tune of £15.6m. The 31 year-old is out of contract in the summer and is set to leave the Nou Camp on a free transfer. At the moment Barça have shown little interest in renewing and the door looks wide open for Alves in the summer. Read the rest of the story….
Brazilian defender Dani Alves is said to be on both Manchester United and Liverpool’s crosshairs for the winter transfer window. Alves’ contract will expire next July and FC Barcelona will try to squeeze some juice out him rather than let him go on a free. More about Alves
Dani Alves is set to leave the Nou Camp at the end of the season. The Brazilian right back has been at the club since 2008 and is giving himself one more season at Barça to try and fight for his place under new manager Luis Enrique. More on Dani Alves
According to BeIN Sports, Dani Alves could be offered to Paris Saint Germain as part of a deal to sweeten the arrival of fellow Brazilian Marquinhos at the Camp Nou. PSG have long been fans of Alves and the Barcelona defender could be used to tempt the French outfit to sell the 20 year old with and exchange deal for Alves in place. More on the Marquinhos Alves deal
Dani Alves has promised that Barça will win La Liga this season whilst admitting that he would like to see more young blood at the Camp Nou. The Brazilian was speaking to Spanish radio station RAC 1 and commented on various things from Neymar’s signing to the current coaching situation at the club – More on Dani Alves
Argentine forward Javier Pastore could be used as part of a swap deal involving Dani Alves this summer reports French newspaper L’Equipe. The PSG man has played very little this season for the French club as Barcelona look set to launch Alves who turns 31 next month. More on the Alves and Pastore swap deal
Brazilian star Dani Alves showed the fans at Villareal how to deal with racist abuse after being thrown a banana at El Madrigal stadium on Sunday. Barça came from behind to clinch the tie and win by 3 goals to 2. Dani Alves shows how to deal with racists
Dani Alves spoke of the what the club is going through on the TV program El Marcador on Barca TV. “We are in a transitional period looking to find our best form and it is evident that it is hard.
We believe we are on the right track because, despite having to make adjustments in the team, we’re winning,” he said. More on Dani Alves