Dani Alves to the Premier League? Well, it's now odds-on.
The 35-year-old has enjoyed a glittering professional career, playing for some of the biggest clubs in the world. From Barcelona to Juventus not to mention Paris Saint-Germain.
Alves has plied his trade in Spain, Italy and France but he's hellbent on strutting his stuff in the Premier League, and a move to Manchester City is odds-on according to bookmakers.
Alves ended his trophy laden spell at Barcelona by signing for Juventus in 2016, eventually securing a transfer to PSG.
However, his days in France appear to be numbered with a move to England on the cards.
City are just 10/11 to be Alves' next club.
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The Brazilian is keen to play in England's top flight.
"The idea that I might finish my career without going to the Premier League, it is not possible," he said.
"For sure, this is the most amazing football in the world. First, because of the respect for the players from the fans, and then because of the passion on the pitch.
"If I can play, that would be perfect, but I will make it there one way or the other."
Alves, of course, worked under Pep Guardiola at Barcelona. He's now working wonders at City which included a record breaking campaign, last season.
He even confessed being coached by Guardiola is 'better than sex'. The Spaniard brilliantly responded to those words by saying he prefers sex.
Meanwhile, Guardiola currently boasts Kyle Walker and Danilo at right-wing back.
Will Alves become a City player from next season? Watch this space.