Premier League sides such as Manchester United, Chelsea and City are keen to secure the services of Alves, but where will the Brazil international end up?
Having recently helped Barcelona win both La Liga and the Copa del Rey, Brazilian full back Dani Alves will be focusing on clinching a historic treble with the Catalan giants when his side meet Juventus in the Champions League final.
Although, the menacing defender is reportedly set to depart the Nou Camp this summer, with or without another European Cup medal, and a host of top teams are reportedly seeking his services. Bookies.com reviews his possible destinations.
The French champions have been linked with a swoop for Alves for quite some time now and, despite boss Laurent Blanc seemingly ruing out a bid for the Brazilian, PSG could still be monitoring the situation.
Barca’s 32-year-old full back is heavily tipped for a switch to the Parc des Princes, and is odds-on 1/2 with Bet Victor to be a PSG player after the summer, but Blanc recently cast doubts over such a transfer.
“Daniel Alves will not come to PSG,” stated Blanc. “I do not think so anyway. He is out of contract but his intention is to extend with Barca.”
Louis van Gaal is desperately searching for a regular right back to take to Old Trafford, with Rafael continuously being overlooked for makeshift wing back Antonio Valenica, and Alves would fit the bill perfectly at United.
Alves is 7/2 with Ladbrokes to be a Red Devils player after the transfer window, with United set for another busy summer of business.
This season, City lost their Premier League title to Chelsea, and in a bid to reclaim it next term will look for reinforcements in all departments, with Alves 16/1 with SkyBet to join the Sky Blues.
Despite being two years older than current right back Pablo Zabaleta, Alves could provide a more attacking threat and holds plenty of European experience, which City will undoubtedly need next season.
Pep Guardiola worked closely with Alves during a successful tenure where they won several league and European crowns together, and the German champions Munich are 16/1 with Paddy Power to be the full back’s next destination.
Jose Mourinho will want to strengthen in the summer after his Blues claimed domestic glory, and Alves would be a huge boost to their ranks.
The Brazilian is a 9/2 chance with Paddy Power to be a Chelsea player if he does leave the Catalans this summer.