Just a few hours after announcing his desire to part ways with Paris Saint-Germain, Dani Alves has reportedly offered himself to his former club Barcelona
Two years after arriving at Parc des Princes, the 36-year-old has decided to leave the Ligue 1 and find a new challenge.
Alves’ spell in Paris has been more than successful, as he won two Ligue 1 titles with the Parisians, as well, as two domestic cup competitions.
The ex-Juventus star has greeted his PSG teammates and revealed his decision to continue his career away from France immediately upon Brazil’s 4-0 demolition of Peru in Copa America.
🗣️ Dani Alves: "Barça is my house, I love this club"— Barcaadmirers™ (@Barcaadmirers) June 16, 2019
🔊 Dani Alves always sincere and spontaneous continues to show his Barcelona, three years after leaving the Camp Nou
🔊 The right-handed, who has not yet renewed with PSG, is free next June 30
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According to the reports from England, the Brazil captain is eager to reunite with the club where he made a name for himself and established himself as one of the best right-backs ever.
The Catalans have yet to make a decision, but they are reportedly seriously assessing the possibility of hiring the Brazilian back after Nelson Semedo’s mediocre displays last season.
Although Dani Alves might be past his prime, he can still have a huge impact on the Blaugrana’s chase of the Champions League trophy considering he already helped La Liga giants to get to the top of Europe three times during his previous spell at the Camp Nou.