Few days into the opening of the annual summer transfer, we have seen the signing of Lindelof from Benfica to Manchester United in a fee of £35million, and Dani Alves gives a hint of him leaving Juventus, which will bring interests from Chelsea and other big name clubs.
The former Brazilian International told teammate Paulo Dybala that he must leave Juventus at some point if he is to fulfill his potential.
The 34-year-old Brazilian left Barcelona last summer as a free Agent to join Serie A giant Juventus, is keen to improve his ways of play.
The Juventus right back who is widely regarded as the best full backs in his generation has played a big role in leading Juventus to the champions league final as well as the winning the Italian League and Cup.
The Brazilian has given Chelsea an encouragement to make a transfer, with Antonino Conte also on the lookout of strengthen is squad after a defeat to Arsenal at the FA Cup finals.
Alves who still have 12 months left on his contract signed a year ago was asked if could leave the club to move on again like he did last season from Barcelona, he said as quoted by Metro:
“there is a great defensive culture, and to go and play in England you have to know how to defend well,”
He also said ‘Last year I turned down many offers from the Premier League because I felt I had to go to Serie A. I hope that one day I will go there.’
Alves featured in nothing short 32 appearances for Juventus after a successive season and he might be looking to go on as a free Agent or as a Buyout clause this summer, with Chelsea showing a keen interest in hiring his service.