Dani Alves has admitted that he would be open to the prospect of moving to another club in the summer, with the defender having been linked with Arsenal and PSG in recent months.
Alves has been an important part of the successful era at Barcelona since joining the club from Sevilla in 2008 but has admitted that he would never close the door on a move away from the Camp Nou, and recently the Gunners have reportedly shown an interest.
Bacary Sagna has recently been reportedly considering an exit from Arsenal and the right-back admitted to being excited at the prospect of moving to French big-spenders PSG.
If he does in fact leave the Emirates, Arsene Wenger would be in the market for another defender, though he would have to compete with PSG for Alves as the 30 year old admitted to being flattered by the club's interest in him.
"They are signing top players to build something beautiful. They're missing consistency at the moment, but they're on the right track," he said of the Ligue 1 outfit, according to Marca.
Of his future, he said: "I'm a Barcelona player and I'm happy here, but I'll never close the door to PSG or any other club."
Arsenal have reportedly been given around £70 million to spend this summer, with Arsene Wenger finally getting the chance to go for some big names as he looks to take the side to challenge for trophies again.
With Alves open to leaving, it could be Wenger's chance to jump in and buy a player from the club he seems to sell a lot of stars to.