The transfer saga involving Barcelona's Dani Alves has taken a fresh twist, with the full-back hinting a move to Milan is on the cards.
Dani Alves says it would be a "pleasure" to join Milan, having helped Barcelona clinch a famous treble by beating Juventus in the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday.
The Brazil international was part of the team that defeated the Italian champions 3-1 in Berlin as Luis Enrique's men completed a clean-sweep of La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League titles.
Dani Alves' is out of contract later this month, though, and his seven-year stay at Camp Nou appears to be nearing an end with the full-back having been linked to Paris-Saint Germain and Manchester United.
However, Milan have also been mooted as an option and the former Sevilla man hinted that a deal was on the table from the San Siro club.
"It would be a pleasure to join Milan," he told Sky Sport Italia.
"There is a proposal from Italy and I will evaluate all the alternatives before deciding."
The 32-year-old has won five La Liga titles, three Copa del Rey medals and the UEFA Champions League three times during his time at Camp Nou.