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Dani Alves linked with move to Seattle Sounders

The Major League Soccer side has sent a formal offer to sign the Brazilian international during the summer transfer window.

Update:
Seattle Sounders ofrece más dinero al zaguero sudamericano y además podría jugar Concacaf Champions League si firma con el cuadro de la MLS.
ALBERT GEAREUTERS

Dani Alves is a free agent and several clubs around the world are keen to sign the 39-year-old during the summer transfer window. The Brazilian international has been linked to a move to Liga MX side Pumas UNAM and Alves has been considering the offer for some weeks now.

The former FC Barcelona player wants to play in the upcoming FIFA World Cup and he has been in communication with Brazil’s head coach Tite regarding his next move. Alves wants to make sure that if he plays in Mexico he will still be included in the final squad that will travel to Qatar in November.

Alves MLS bound

Another offer that Dani Alves has on the table is from various Major League Soccer clubs. One of them is the Seattle Sounders and according to reports, the MLS side has presented a formal offer to the 39-year-old. Alves would like to play in the Liga MX but Tite has suggested to him that the MLS would be a better move.

The Seattle Sounders can only sign Alves using Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) and they can only offer him around $1.7 million. The right-back will have to make a decision soon regarding his future but he wants to stay in top form to play in the upcoming FIFA World Cup.

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