Dani Alves has denied reaching an agreement to join Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer and will meet with Barcelona directors after El Clasico to discuss his future.
In a statement to Sport, Dani Alves' camp has denied a report by Radio Marca linking the Brazilian international to a three-year deal with Paris Saint Germain and insists that the defender's recent visit to the city was solely for a brief getaway.
Alves' agent Dinorah Santana recently admitted in Sport that a host of clubs had expressed interest for the 31-year-old but that no agreement has been reached nor have they spoken to Barcelona over a possible renewal.
However, that may change as AS is reporting that Alves is scheduled to sit down with Barcelona to discuss his future, after El Clasico against Real Madrid on 22nd March.
Barcelona have not mentioned anything to Alves about a possible contract extension but the prompting of manager Luis Enrique, who has utilised the eccentric defender more than any other player on the squad this season, has forced them to rethink their position and speak with Alves about his future plans.
Alves has played 1672 minutes in 20 La Liga contests this season, recording a team-high 3.9 tackles per game, while also adding two assists.