Barcelona defender Dani Alves has agreed to join Paris Saint-German next season, according to French newspaper L'Equipe.
The right-back has recently threatened to leave Barcelona, saying that Barcelona needed "energy".
He told the Catalan radio station Rac1 that "if that energy doesn’t change, I’m sure I’ll go, because I’ll be tired of it."
He has now apparently agreed personal terms with PSG and told Paris coach Laurent Blanc that he wants to sign for them, but Barcelona and PSG have yet to reach a transfer agreement.
PSG want to sign Alves before any UEFA sanctions regarding their Financial Fair Play misconduct come into effect.
Reports suggesting that the potential new Barcelona coach Luis Enrique was not counting on Dani Alves emerged last week.
The reports suggested that he could be replaced by Fiorentina's Juan Cuadrado, but Alves' departure could also be a chance for Barcelona youngster Martin Montoya to break into the side.
The Brazilian international joined Barcelona from Sevilla in 2008 and has made 186 appearances for Barcelona, winning La Liga four times and the Champions League twice.
Should Alves join the French giants, he'll be linking up with Brazil team-mates Thiago Silva and Lucas Moura amongst others.
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