Daniel Alves has revealed that he has no preference over Italian, Spanish or English football amid speculation that he will leave Sevilla in the summer.
The Brazilian has been linked with a number of Europe’s leading clubs this season and he has revealed he is willing to playing in any of Europe’s top leagues.
“The papers speak a lot about my future but really I have said nothing,” Alves told skysports.com.
“I have a long deal with Sevilla but if a really big offer arrives we are obliged to value this option.
“I do not have any preference about England, Italy or Spain. I believe that I would be able to play for any big club because I am ambitious and also desire to progress in football.”
However, talk of a move has been put on the backburner as Alves is still hoping to help Sevilla secure a historic treble this season.
Juande Ramos’s side play Espanyol in Wedensday’s Uefa Cup final, and lie two points behind Barcelona and Real Madrid in La Liga, not to mention having a Copa del Rey final against Getafe to look forward to.
“Today Sevilla is one of the best teams in Spain and Europe,” Alves added. “The success in the Uefa Cup confirms our progression.
“If now in Glasgow we win our second trophy nobody in Europe would be in doubt about our level, and next season we will have the Champions League.
“I am optimistic and I dream of victory in the final.
“For morale, it will be sensational ahead of he Copa del Rey final and the fight for La Liga in the last matches.”