Barcelona defender Dani Alves, who during the summer was linked with Chelsea and Manchester City, has confirmed that Paris Saint-Germain enquired about his availability during the transfer window.
And Alves has refused to rule out a move away from Barca in the future.
During the summer it was reported that Chelsea and Man City, along with Premier League rivals Liverpool and Manchester United, had been alerted by the news that Barca could offload the 29-year-old to raise additional funds for new signings.
Alves had insisted back in June that he wanted to stay at Camp Nou until his contract expires in 2016, despite continued speculation about his future.
And although he is not looking to leave the Catalans in the immediate future, the full-back admits a move could happen at some point.
"PSG...last summer, many people called and they are putting together a wonderful project", Alves told French radio station RMC.
He added: "In the summer they spoke with my agent to see if a transfer was possible.
"The chance of a transfer however, was very small, because Barcelona wanted a lot of money for me and then PSG proposed to talk with other players."
When asked if he could join PSG in the future, the Brazil international said: "You can never say never.
"I am not closing any doors.
"One day Barcelona won’t want me anymore."