Barcelona defender Dani Alves has revealed that he could be interested in a move to France in the near future.
In an interview with French TV show Canal Football Club, Alves spoke openly about his desire to move to France, should the opportunity present itself.
"Paris is a young and very ambitious club, with great desire to make a name for itself in the football world," the Brazil right-back commented. "I would never close the door to PSG or any other club. They sign big players to achieve something great. They just miss some steadiness in the group but they are on the right path."
Alves was also quick to suggest that AS Monaco could be a destination that would interest him. The opportunity to play under Monaco manager Claudio Ranieri would also be an appeal, with the Italian having managed at clubs like Chelsea, Juventus and Inter Milan.
Another player that has been linked with mega-rich Monaco is Colombian star Radamel Falcao, who has been the centre of media interest all year. Should the Atletico Madrid striker join the recently-promoted club, this could persuade other high-profile players of Alves's calibre to move to Stade Louis II.
"Monaco? I know there is also a project that looks like PSG," Alves added. "There are a lot of rumours about big names. The door of my house is always opened."
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