Dani Alves is without a club after leaving Sao Paulo recently and is patiently waiting for the next chapter in his career at the age of 38.
In an interview with Diario SPORT last week, the Brazilian right-back offered himself to Barcelona, where he spent the best years of his career.
Alves has been in Barcelona this week and coach Ronald Koeman was asked on Tuesday about the chances of signing him for free.
"No one at the club has said anything to me about it," Koeman said. "If he's offered himself to the club, I don't know anything about it."
As things stand, Sergiño Dest is the only right-back at the club. Sergi Roberto also plays there, as was the case against Valencia, but he's a midfielder, while Oscar Mingueza, a centre-back, is another option.
Alves would be without doubt an interesting option due to his experience, the fact he would arrive for free and his salary, in theory, would not be a problem.