Former Barcelona star Dani Alves denied reports that he offered his services to Real Mallorca, as the Brazilian right-back will become a free player at the end of June when his contract with Barcelona expires.
It has already been confirmed that he will not be staying at Camp Nou, but it is believed that he wants to stay in Europe for another season to prepare for the World Cup.
Alves is expected to be part of coach Tite’s squad for the Brazil national team, and for that reason, it makes sense for him to stay in Europe.
The Brazilian reportedly offered his services to Mallorca, but to deny those reports on Twitter, he said the reports were lies.
Alves, 39, joined Barcelona during the January transfer window from Sao Paulo in a second transfer window at Camp Nou.
Alves played 14 La Liga games during that period, contributing one goal and three assists, and despite his age, it’s clear he still has a lot to offer.