Daniel Alves prepared to leave Barcelona over contract talks
The fullback's current deal runs to 2012.
He told El Mundo Deportivo: “My goal is to fulfil my contract until 2012. If the club believes that I am still useful, I will stay longer. If they think that I can serve no more use to the team, I leave and nothing happens, this is football.
“I moved from Sevilla to Barcelona, and could move from Barcelona to another side – I have no problem not being here. Obviously I would love to stay here as long as possible, and I try to work hard every day to make this relationship last.
“I’m confident that we will agree, but we are still a bit distant from what I want. At the moment, we are having meeting but it has not advanced and not on our part. Now there are differences. What I want is the value of my performances on the field.”
Furthermore, Alves refused to rule out a move elsewhere, claiming that there has been interest from the England regarding a possible move.
He added: “I know something is coming in from the Premier League, but that is up to my representative. I am here to play.”