Barcelona full-back Dani Alves is reportedly being monitored by Liverpool and Manchester United, but the defender hasn’t ruled out staying at the Camp Nou.
The Brazilian’s contract is set to expire at the end of June, and with no new offer having reportedly been offered, he has been linked to a number of top clubs this season: including Paris Saint-Germain, as well as Liverpool and Manchester United, the Daily Star reports.
Alves insists that he is happy with the Spanish giants, but if an offer that he can’t refuse comes in, or if he starts to fall out of favour under boss Luis Enrique, he will consider moving on – but he insists that no such decision will made until the end of the current campaign.
In an interview with beIN SPORTS, Alves provided an update on his future.
“I am nearing the end of my contract with the same ambition with which I came to Barcelona.
“Barca changed my life because they allowed me to achieve my dreams. I am very happy at this club and I have not signed for another club,” he revealed.
“If there are clubs that offer an alternative or I am not at the level Barcelona want I will consider other options.
“I will take a decision at the end of the season.”
The 31-year-old has been a regular in La Liga and the Champions League for Barcelona this season, which hints that the club may be tempted to offer the Brazil international a new deal, unless they find a replacement.