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PSG coy on Dani Alves interest with Barcelona star's contract expiring

Paris Saint-Germain have refused to be drawn on speculation linking them to Barcelona's Dani Alves.

Alves, 31, is likely to be in the Barcelona lineup when they meet PSG in their Champions League quarterfinal tie next month.

However, media in both France and Spain have repeatedly reported the Brazil international, who is out of contract in the summer, is poised to join the French champions, although Alves himself has denied those claims and said he is happy at the Camp Nou.

PSG deputy sporting director Olivier Letang remained coy when asked about his club's interest, telling Eurosport: "He's a very good player. Barcelona have very good players.

"Daniel Alves is a player at the end of his contract. There are a lot of rumours, but I am not going to comment on them. I think the player has denied the information that came out publicly."

Alves was surrounded by reporters at an airport on Monday, but rather than answer their questions he decided to sing instead:

PSG have also been frequently linked to Paul Pogba, with Juventus director Pavel Nedved recently claiming the French champions had made an offer.

The France midfielder, 22, only signed a contract extension earlier this season, but his agent, Mino Raiola, has not ruled out his client leaving Turin this summer.

PSG captain Thiago Silva last week suggested his club were following Pogba and praised his qualities, and teammate and fellow Brazil international David Luiz followed suit on TF1.

"Pogba is the best French player right now," the former Benfica and Chelsea man said. "He's an incredible player."

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