- Dani Alves could be on his way to Premier League champions Manchester City
- He is currently without a club after leaving Paris-Saint-Germain at the end of last season
- Alves also recently won the 2019 Copa America title with Brazil beating Peru in the final
Premier League champions Manchester City are reportedly ready to renew their efforts to sign Brazil international Dani Alves after he left French club Paris-Saint-Germain.
After spending two seasons at Paris-Saint-Germain winning Ligue 1 titles, Dani Alves confirmed during the 2019 Copa America that he would not return to Paris.
According to the report on UK Mirror, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is interested in having a reunion with Dani Alves after working with him at Barcelona.
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Recently, Dani Alves won the 2019 Copa America title with Brazil and the report added that he is on his way back to Europe to talk with two clubs.
And should Dani Alves decide to make a move to the Etihad stadium, then he will provide much-needed high-quality competition for right-back Kyle Walker and Danilo.
Last season, his target was to win the Champions League title with Paris-Saint-Germain, but he was unable to do so as the French club were sent out by Manchester United.
In fact, since he left Barcelona, Dani Alves has not won the Champions League title as he also failed while playing for Juventus.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Brazilian star Dani Alves criticized his former teammate at Barcelona Lionel Messi for the controversial comments he made against the organizers of the 2019 Copa America.
Messi expressed his annoyance after Argentina's defeat in the semifinal against Brazil in the Copa America as the Barcelona star attacked the CONMEBOL of being corrupt.
He was also livid for the referee's decision to have given him a red card in Argentina's third place against Chile after having a confrontation with Gary Medel.
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