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Last Updated: Monday, 22 May 2006, 14:47 GMT 15:47 UK
Alves relaxed over Reds interest
Sevilla full-back Daniel Alves
Alves helped Sevilla beat Middlesbrough in the Uefa Cup final
Sevilla full-back Daniel Alves insists he will not rush into a decision about his future after Liverpool were reported to be chasing his services.

"There are only offers, nothing certain, and I have to study them," said the 23-year-old Brazilian.

"I always want to improve and continue to grow as a player and if I have to leave I will.

"But if I see that my improvement can happen in Sevilla then I will continue a few years more here."

Alves helped Sevilla to victory in the Uefa Cup this season as they beat Middlesbrough 4-0 in the final and Liverpool are reported to have made a 7m bid for his services.

He added: "They (Liverpool) have made an offer and the interest is there, the truth is that they are a strong team which has very good players and a Spanish coach.

"Moreover, they are one of the best clubs in Europe, and last season they won the Champions League and very few teams have achieved that. They are a big club.

"But at this time I am at Sevilla and I only want to go on holiday to Brazil."

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