Sevilla star Dani Alves is arguably the best right back in the world at the moment but the Brazilian internationa is not interested in prolonging his career at the Pizjuan and is quoted as saying that he wants to leave the Seville side as soon as possible.
I want to leave Sevilla by the nearest exit. I believe I deserve it. I don’t want to leave the club, to which I owe everything, on a bad note. I want to play for one of those clubs that can influence your career and your life, where you have to earn the interest of the manager and have a good income. I want to improve as a professional and as a person.
Alves wanted to leave Sevilla last summer but his club president did not let him go. Alves has already expressed his keen desire to line up with the array of the stars at Chelsea but the entry of the north London club Tottenham Hotspur has complicated the situation somewhat. Spurs are currently managed by former Sevilla coach Juande Ramos and although most would like to think that Alves would join Chelsea in the summer, the presence of Ramos at White Hart Lane could well convince Alves to join up with his former coach.