Dani Alves has given the biggest indication yet that he will leave Barcelona at the end of the season after criticising the club for showing him a lack of respect over his contract situation, The Guardian reports.
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The Brazilian international will make a decision on his future following the Champions League final against Serie A champions Juventus in Berlin next month.
He is set to become a free agent in the summer should he decide to not sign a new deal with the La Liga champions and has been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League and Manchester United.
There is a possibility that Alves could choose to remain at the Camp Nou but he insists the club will have to prove to him that he is still considered a valued member of the squad.
“I may have two feet in the team but I’ve also got one foot, my body and nearly my head out of the club.” he said.
“I would like to stay here but not at any price. Not only in terms of money but in terms of respect. If I’m not show that respect, I’ll go to another club.” Alves added.
Barcelona will be hoping the situation does not distract them from going on to complete the treble as they face Athletic Bilbao in the Copa Del Rey final on Saturday before the European final a week later.