Manchester City my next team? Well…

Juventus defender Dani Alves has revealed that he is in the dark over his future but hinted that Manchester City could be his next club after he expressed his admiration for Pep Guardiola.

The pair won six La Liga titles and three European Cups during their time at the Nou Camp.

Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta confirmed Alves, 34 is to leave the club on a free in search of a new challenge and now the Bianconeri are looking for a suitable replacement. I don't know what's happening.

Alves worked with Guardiola during the City boss' highly successful four seasons in charge of Barcelona, winning the Champions League twice in that span.

"If I leave, it will be without any confrontation and with no problems, as opposed to what is being said". I've left the work to my representatives, and they've said they'd talk to me once they found a resolution.

"There's certainly sadness because of what's been said, but I can confirm there's been no breakdown in our relationship".

Guardiola was keen to add another right-back to his squad following the exits of out-of-contract duo Bacary Sagna and Pablo Zabaleta.

Manchester City are also linked with Kyle Walker, but the original price has been raised as Tottenham most recently wanted £60m for the player.

Alves made a major impact during his first season at Juventus, especially in the Champions League as he helped his side to reach the final of the competition.

  • Leroy Wright