Barcelona recently announced that they will not be extending Dani Alves contract at the club. The Brazilian defender is of the most experienced player at the club and his departure could be a huge blow to Barcelona.
However, according to recent reports from Fabrizio Romano's official social media page, Barcelona's plan are clear after Dani Alves departure. Fabrizio Romano revealed that Xavi Hernandez want Cesar Azipilicueta, with two years deal still on the table for Cesar Azipilicueta as you can see in the link below.
This shows that Barcelona want Cesar Azipilicueta to be Dani Alves replacement. Cesar Azipilicueta is an experienced defender who is Spanish international and currently the Chelsea's captain. Cesar Azipilicueta could help make Barcelona unstoppable next season if he joins them as he has enjoyed alot of succes at Chelsea.
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