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Dani Alves to join Man City

Dani Alves to join Man City

It is believed that a bid of around £5m would be enough to prise him away from Turin, with City willing to offer Alves a two-year deal.

He selected his 2016/17 Premier League XI and there were some interesting choices.

Yes, while in Sevilla he would have been geographically closer to Manchester than he was to the Spanish city when he was in Brazil, the two clubs never crossed paths.

And with City set to compete on four fronts next season, the presence of Alves and Walker in the squad will enable Guardiola to rotate his right-backs efficiently. Sources have told ESPN that City are interested in signing the Juventus right-back, who could be available for as little as £5 million.

Many still consider Barcelona's decision to let the Brazilian depart to Juventus as a big mistake and now, Manchester City are looking to lure the 34-year old away from Juventus.

The club's move for Tottenham's Kyle Walker failed to obtain any result, with Spurs holding out for a fee in excess of £40m for the England worldwide.

Premier League giants Manchester City are reportedly ready to bring Juventus and Brazilian defender Dani Alves to England this summer. I'll say it again.

After winning six La Liga titles and three Champions Leagues at Barca, he moved to Juve last season where he won the Serie A and Coppa Italia double and helped them to reach the Champions League final.

Pep Guardiola is one of the most successful coaches in history and his peak came during his 4-year spell at Barcelona.


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