Man United face fresh challenge in transfer war to sign triple CL winner

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Updated: June 2, 2016

According to reports from Mundo Deportivo, PSG have joined Manchester United and Juventus in the race to sign Barcelona defender Dani Alves.

Since signing from Sevilla in 2008, the right-back has gone on to lift three Champions League titles and six La Liga titles with the Nou Camp outfit, registering 391 appearances across all competitions.

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Sporting director Roberto Fernandez has already confirmed the Brazil international will leave the El Clasico giants this summer, with The Daily Mail claiming he’ll be allowed to move on a free transfer.

Juventus are believed to be the front-runners in the race to sign Alves, whilst it was revealed last week that Manchester United have also approached the 33-year-old.

But according to Mundo Deportivo, who document the Red Devils’ transfer interest again, a new rival suitor has emerged in the form of French champions PSG.

The Spanish publication claim Alves’ agent has flown to Paris to hear the club’s proposal in person – and also watch some of the Tennis at Roland Garros.