Brazilian stalwart Dani Alves is set to confirm his stay at Barcelona in the coming weeks.
Barca manager Xavi Hernandes recalled the player to his squad earlier in the year as he needed experience on his side after the 39-year-old won six La Liga and three Champions League titles, during his first spell in Catalonia.
Diario AS reports that the final details are still to be confirmed, with the club likely to offer him a minimum of a six-month deal, to cover the World Cup, with the option to extend until the end of next season.
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Alves’ joined Xavi’s charges on a short term deal until the end of the 2022/23 campaign and he made 14 league appearances in the second half of the campaign the club feels he still has a role to play with the player keen on being part of the Brazil national team for the World Cup later this year in Qatar.