But prior to joining Les Parisiens, he was thought to have been edging towards a move to City.
Two years later, the English champions are still ready to give him an opportunity to play in the Premier League.
It is understood that Guardiola has spoken to Alves about a deal, and told him he will play second fiddle to Walker.
And according to the Express, City will need to pay him £120,000-a-week to persuade him to keep Walker firing on all cylinders.
Should City fail to agree terms with Alves, there are two European powerhouses waiting in the wings.
Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus are thought to be open to offering him a second stint in Turin.
While La Liga side Sevilla could lend him the chance to return to Spain.
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