Alves out, Darmian in?

by | Jun 20, 2017 07:50

Dani Alves appears set to be released by Juventus, who could make an offer for Matteo Darmian to replace him.

The Brazilian full-back has been heavily linked with Manchester City in recent days, and annoyed Juve fans with his statements on Paulo Dybala, and by posting his boots from the 2015 Champions League final on Instagram.

According to this morning’s Gazzetta dello Sport, the former Barcelona man has been told he can leave if he wants to, with the Bianconeri prepared to let him leave for free.

Dani Alves appears set to be released by Juventus, who could make an offer for Matteo Darmian to replace him.

The Brazilian full-back has been heavily linked with Manchester City in recent days, and annoyed Juve fans with his statements on Paulo Dybala, and by posting his boots from the 2015 Champions League final on Instagram.

According to this morning’s Gazzetta dello Sport, the former Barcelona man has been told he can leave if he wants to, with the Bianconeri prepared to let him leave for free.

That would save around €3.5m in wages, with Dani Alves set to sign a two-year contract with Manchester City worth €5m per season.

However, Juve may fine him before he leaves for his outbursts on social media and his words about Dybala.

With Stephan Lichtsteiner also likely to leave, the Old Lady is now in search of at least one right-back.

Mattia De Sciglio has been heavily linked, and Gazzetta states that they are also interested in Manchester United’s Darmian.

However, it’s thought that is a difficult deal at the moment, and Roma are also interested.

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