Brazilian great issues ‘come-get-me-plea’ to Arsenal boss Emery
Brazil great and shock Arsenal target Dani Alves has taken to social media to offer a come-get-me plea to any of his potential suitors
The PSG right-back has played for a number of Europe’s top clubs, including Barcelona and Juventus, and has still shown over the last few seasons that he is still able to compete at the very highest level on a consistent basis.
He has been long linked with a move to the Premier League, with reports suggesting Arsenal even tried to make a move way before he eventually signed for the French Champions Just a few seasons ago, and with Unai Emery looking to improve the squad this transfer window, there has been some claims that the Reds could in fact offer him a switch to the Premier League.
And there has been some speculation in the media over the past few weeks which have claimed that Arsenal may decide to offer the Brazilian a shock deal to make the move to the Emirates, as they seek to bolster their squad this transfer window.
And now he has taken to social media to try and tempt one of his potential suitors into offering him a summer contract.
Alongside a picture of himself, Alves wrote on Instagram: “Looking for a job, where do I put my CV? Someone let me know if you have time to read it.”
Emery only has a little transfer kitty to play around with this summer and knows that he needs to add some depth to his side if he is to get back playing Champions League football.
Alves was once the best right back in world football and there were not too many players out there that could compete with the Brazilian, but he is now 36-years of age and coming towards the back-end of his career.
So if Emery needs an experienced right-back to come in and help keep the bench warm then Alves could be good, But if he doesnt get the game time he wants, then he could cause some trouble. So maybe the best thing for him to do is not make the switch and turn his attentions to a younger, fresher wing-back.
Alves would not be a good acquisition to the Arsenal side or the Premier League, he is now past his sell by date.
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