PSG offered Alves a deal worth 14 million euros ($16 million) a year, according to reports in France. AFP / Thomas Samson
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Brazil international Dani Alves admitted the prospect of "making history" by winning the Champions League with Paris Saint-Germain factored into his decision to join the French heavyweights. Alves was unveiled as the club's second signing of the close season Wednesday after joining Paris Saint-Germain in a two-year deal on a free transfer following his exit from Juventus last month.The 34-year-old won three Champions Leagues and six La Liga titles at Barcelona, whose former manager Pep Guardiola had hoped to lure Alves to Manchester City.But the right-back turned down the chance to reunite with Guardiola as PSG offered Alves a deal worth 14 million euros ($16 million) a year, according to reports in France – twice what City had been willing to pay.
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