Barcelona star Dani Alves has given Manchester United hope of landing him after revealing that he has not signed a pre-contract agreement with any club.
The Brazilian defender is on the final year of his contract with the Catalan giants and will be a free agent in the summer, owing to which he can sign a pre-contract with any club outside of Spain.
The Red Devils have been heavily linked with a move for the defender as Louis van Gaal has made strengthening the right side of his defence a priority during the summer transfer window and Dani Alves along with Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne are his primary targets to fill the void.
Barcelona are reluctant to let the defender leave and have offered him a new contract to remain with the club beyond the current campaign. But, Alves' agent Dinorah Santana had revealed that the defender's talks over a new contract have come to an end and that he will see out his contract at the Camp Nou before departing abroad in the summer.
Apart from United, Ligue 1 champs Paris Saint-Germain are also interested in the Brazilian international and will compete with the Premier League club for his signature.
However, the Barcelona right-back has admitted that there is a possibility that he could remain at the Camp Nou, but refused to deny rumours of an exit, giving hope to interested clubs.
"I am approaching the end of my contract with the same ambition with which I came to Barcelona. Barca changed my life because the club allowed me to reach my dreams," Alves said, as quoted by Sky Sports.
"I am very happy in this club and I have not signed for another club. If there are clubs that offer me a new alternative or I am not at the level that Barcelona desire I will be willing to contemplate other options."
"I will take a decision at the end of the season," the 31-year-old defender added.