In what seem to be a surprise, Brazilian defender Dani Alves has stated that he still has a chance to play in the Premier League before hanging his boot having played 17 years of active football.
Alves had already had successful spells with Spanish giants Barcelona and Italian champions Juventus before his move to the French giants Paris St Germain and he is currently one of the most successful players of the game.
The Brazilain has got more trophies than any active player in the game and he is bent on retiring as the most decorated player in the world but that will not happen if he does not play in the Premier League as he plans to have a taste of it.
The former Barcelona right full-back says the respect for players by the fans and the passion displayed on the pitch in addition to the intensity is something he must experience before the end of his career.
However, Alves spoke on his past relationship with Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola but there is no assurance there will be a move for him.
Meanwhile, the Brazilian would be welcomed by West London side Chelsea as they are believed to have made attempt for him in the past.