Former FC Barcelona star Dani Alves had admitted he would open to a return to the Camp Nou after he became a free agent last month.
The 38-year-old has been without a club for a month now after parting ways with Brazilian giants Sao Paulo.
Reports claim the Brazil international ripped up his contract at Sao Paolo after a dispute over unpaid images rights.
Alves has now offered his services to the Catalan giants, who have only recorded three wins from their opening seven LaLiga games this season.
It would sound very opportunistic to say that Barca need me now.
"I always said that I left because I saw things were not the way I thought they should be.
"You never want to see everything that [has] ended up happening since I left.
"I've said that when Barca need me and want me, I would be at their disposal regardless of where I am.
"The affection, love and respect I have for this club is too much. If Barca think they need me, they just have to call me.
"I still think I can contribute anywhere, but more at Barca because of the number of young players that they have now."
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