Barcelona defender Daniel Alves insists he is yet to decide his futureBarcelona's Daniel Alves (R) challenges Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo during their La Liga match at Camp Nou on 22nd March, 2015
Barcelona defender Daniel Alves has insisted he is yet to decide his future.
The 31 year-old is out of contract in June and, as yet, has not come to an agreement with Barça over renewed terms.
Despite being under a transfer ban until January 2016 and potentially not being able to replace him, the Catalan giants are reportedly struggling to match Alves’ demands and the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United have reportedly come into the equation as possible alternatives for the full-back.
Speaking to beIN Sports, Alves denies however, that he has already agreed to join another team and though he notes he is happy at Barcelona, he is seemingly open to moving on.
“I’m nearing the end of my contract with the same ambition with which I arrived at Barça,” he said, according to Catalan publication Sport, as cited by website Football Espana.
“Barça changed my life because they allowed me to achieve my dreams. I’m very happy at this club and I have signed for anyone else.
“If there are clubs that offer me a new alternative or I’m not at the level Barça want then I’m willing to consider other options. I’ll make a decision at the end of the season.”
Alves joined Barcelona from Sevilla in July 2008 for a reported fee of €35.5 million and has gone on to score 20 times in 335 appearances and won 16 major honours.
This season, he has featured 35 times in all competitions and limited fellow Brazilian Douglas to just four appearances.