Dani Alves has snubbed former manager Pep Guardiola and Manchester City by signing for Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain.
The Brazilian claims he chose Paris over Manchester because the French outfit have a better chance of winning trophies.
Alves signs a two-year contract with BBC reports suggesting a weekly wage in the range of £230,000 – almost double the £120,000 per week contract that Manchester City were lining up.
“I’ve had the pleasure of winning the Champions League three times and I want to bring my experience here,” said Dani Alves.
“The work that the club has been doing over the past several years is very encouraging. It’s an ambitious team.”
Though Manchester City will be disappointed to have missed out on one of their transfer targets, they remain in the market for Tottenham’s Kyle Walker, Southampton’s Ryan Bertrand and Monaco’s Benjamin Mendy.