Brazil captain Dani Alves had reportedly agreed to join Pep's Manchester City if they assure his weekly wage demands
Looks like Pep Guardiola wants to reunion with the Brazilian right-back Dani Alves, 36, who is now a free agent after his contract expired with PSG.
And according to Daily Express, the deal could be done soon should the Premier League champions assure the Copa America MVP a weekly salary of £120,000.
It's not far from happening and the great relationship between Alves and Pep which goes back to Barcelona golden era could help things work out for the both sides.
Manchester City have been in talks with Juventus's right-back Cancelo for a while now but the deal is getting a bit complicated since other clubs like Barcelona joined the race for the Portuguese.
However, the joining of Dani Alves could open exit doors for his national team-mate Danilo to join Inter Milan who are interested in the player.