Dani Alves: Manchester City Target Joins Paris St-Germain

Manchester City Have Missed Out On One Of their summer transfer targets after Brazil Full-Back Dani Alves Joined Paris St-Germain On A Free Transfer.

Alves, Who Has Signed A Two-Year Deal, Has Opted Against Joining Up With His Former Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola.

City Were Prepared To Give The 34-Year-Old A Two-Year Contract, But Would Not Match The £230,000 A Week It Is Understood He Will Receive In France.

Alves Was a free agent After Juventus Released Him From His Contract Early Following One Season In Italy, In Which He Helped Them To The Serie A And Coppa Italia Double.

PSG Announced His Arrival With A Video Of The Player Printing His Name And Number On A Shirt.

“Believe Me, I Am Coming To Paris To Win,” Said Alves, Who Is The 30th Brazilian To Play For The Ligue 1 Club.

“In Recent Years, I Have Been Able To Gauge The Incredible Growth Of This Club, Which Has Become A European Football Powerhouse. It’s Very Exciting To Now Be Part Of This Great Project.” BBC