Dani Alves move to Manchester City which is believed to be nearing completion, it now appears to be a twist of an event after French giants PSG made a late bid to sign the Brazilian.
The 34-year-old was expected in Manchester for a medical this week but the Ligue 1 side have now become a noteworthy rival seeking for his signature.
The former Barcelona right-back is available on a free transfer after his Juventus contract ended early and had been relied upon to connect up with former manager Pep Guardiola.
Nonetheless, reports in the French press assert that Unai Emery’s PSG has now agreed to terms with the player.
In spite of this, it is believed that the general purpose of Alves arranging his exit from Turin was to enable him to work under Guardiola again and all things considered, it is difficult to see the player now snubbing the EPL club for PSG.
Manchester City is in urgent need of full-backs subsequent to discharging Pablo Zabaleta, Gael Clichy, and Bacary Sagna and have been intensely linked with moves for Kyle Walker and Djibril Sidibe.
Concerning PSG, Serge Aurier has been linked with an exit, which would leave Alves rivaling Belgian Thomas Meunier for a starting spot, should persuade Dani Alves that his future lies with the Parisians.