- Juventus' Dani Alves has verbally agreed a two-year-deal to join Manchester City
- He will earn around £4.3m per year, which works out at roughly £85,000-per-week
- City released right-backs Bacary Sagna and Pablo Zabaleta at end of last season
Juventus star Dani Alves has verbally agreed to join Pep Guardiola's revolution at Manchester City after with a two-year contract to be signed soon.
The only thing stopping his move at present is his contract situation at Juventus which will be resolved.
NAIJ.com understands that Alves met with Juve chiefs on Monday afternoon June 19, to discuss his exit where he will resign from his contract to join on a free.
City were willing to pay around £5 million for the Brazilian though they could now sign the player on a free though Juve are yet to officially confirm that to the stock exchange, as they are compelled to do.
Alves will earn around £4.3m-per-year, which works out at roughly £85,000-per-week; the same wage packet offered to Nolito last summer.
Alves earns roughly £60,000 weely plus bonuses in Turin, having previously been paid £100,000 a week at Barcelona.
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City sources expect the deal to be completed shortly, barring any unforeseen issues, and it is possible that Juventus will make their position on Alves official in the next 48 hours.
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