FC Barcelona Transfer News: Barca Defender Contemplates on Moving to PSG Amid Speculations
By Mark Wayne Eubank | June 10, 2014 11:55 PM EST
FC Barcelona defender Dani Alves revealed that he might leave the Nou Camp to join French giants Paris Saint-Germain amid speculations on his future.
The Brazilian right-back is content with life at Catalunya, but a recent managerial change makes his involvement in the first-team uncertain.
"I think PSG are a great club and I love to play for great clubs, that's what I dream of," the 31-year-old told ESPN.
"I want to play for clubs that are able to provide me with challenges."
"PSG are a great club. If I ever have to leave Barcelona, PSG are a real possibility for me."
"I have always said that I am not involved in long-term projects, I prefer short-term ones."
"What I want is challenges, I was born for them. And if the challenge consists of moving to some other place, I'll be happy."
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