The left-back, who scored in
Barcelona is concerned, however, that playing in another tournament might leave the 23-year-old tired before the season even begins.
"Jordi has been our player for a very short time. It is clear that we haven't signed him for a summer, but for five seasons," Barcelona's sporting director
"However, we are looking for the best solution regarding the Olympic Games.
"We will speak with the Federation and look at the interests of everyone to choose the best option.
"Barcelona has to look out for its own interests in the short term, but also in the medium to long term."
"I am very calm," he said. "The player's stance is the same as ours.
"I spoke with the boy and he wants to come to the Games. We are not going to yield to anyone.
"We will evaluate the situation but both the Federation and Alba are quite clear in their position at this time."
"I am in favour of him going," he said.
"It will surely be the last opportunity for him to go to a Games.
"He has been important in winning the Euros and it would be good for him to participate with the guys of his age in this tournament."
The midfielder has not fully recovered from a tibia injury picked up towards the end of last season and has been replaced by Real Sociedad's
London 2012 has given women's football in the UK an 'unprecedented platform' on which to create a lasting legacy, according to the Football Association's head of national game Kelly Simmons.