Barcelona have announced they will allow Dani Alves to leave the club this summer.

The long-serving full-back has 12 months left on his contract at the Nou Camp but has asked to move on.
He has been linked with Manchester United but is widely thought to have agreed a three-year contract with Italian championsJuventus.
Barcelona technical director Robert Fernandez said in a press conference, according to the club’s Twitter feed: “Dani Alves has decided to leave. It’s a personal decision that we respect.
“At right-back we have confidence in Aleix Vidal, he was signed for that reason. We also have Sergi Roberto.”
Alves, 33, has been a regular for Barcelona since joining from Sevilla in 2008.
He has won a host of major honours with the Catalan club, including three Champions Leagues and six La Liga titles.
Alves also lifted the Copa del Rey four times and the Club World Cup on three occasions.
He leaves having helped Barca secured another league and cup double in the season just ended.
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