Would be a pleasure to join AC Milan: Barcelona’s Alves

Berlin, June 7 (IANS) FC Barcelona defender Dani Alves on Sunday said it would be a pleasure to join AC Milan after revealing he has a proposal from the Italian club.

Alves’s tenure with Barcelona expires later this month after a seven-year stay and the full-back has lately been linked to Paris-Saint Germain and Manchester United.

However, Milan have also been mooted as possible suitors and the former Sevilla footballer hinted that a deal was on the table from the San Siro club.

“It would be a pleasure to join Milan,” Alves was quoted as saying by Sky Sport Italia.

“There is a proposal from Italy and I will evaluate all the alternatives before deciding.”

The Brazilian won the Champions League on Saturday night as his team beat Juventus 3-1 and with this they completed a treble. Barcelona had earlier won the La Liga and Copa del Rey titles in the 2014-15 season.

The 32-year-old has won five La Liga titles, three Copa del Rey medals and the Champions League three times with Barcelona.



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