Barcelona defender Dani Alves has signed for Serie A champions Juventus on a two-year contract, with the option for a third year.
Alves, 33, still had one year left on his Barca contract but the club agreed to grant him a free transfer to join Juve and he flew into Turin on Sunday evening for a medical and to complete the formalities of the deal.
Alves confirmed at the start of the month that he would join Juventus after eight trophy-filled seasons at Barcelona.
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Alves won six La Liga titles, three Champions Leagues and a total of 23 honours.
In a statement confirming the news on their official website Juventus described the player as “among the greatest wing-backs of his generation” and “a natural-born winner.”
Alves made 239 appearances in La Liga for Barcelona, the second-highest for a foreign player, including 29 during the 2015-16 campaign.