Juventus ‘have Dani Alves deal’

by | May 25, 2016 22:48

Multiple reports claim Dani Alves will sign a two-year contract with Juventus, leaving Barcelona for free due to a special clause.
 
The 33-year-old Brazilian right-back had already been on the verge of leaving Camp Nou last season, but suddenly extended his deal by another two years.
 
According to As, Cadena Ser and Sky Sport Italia, this deal was done with a special clause allowing Alves to walk away for free before June 5.
 
Barcelona in turn would not stand in his way, as his w

Multiple reports claim Dani Alves will sign a two-year contract with Juventus, leaving Barcelona for free due to a special clause.
 
The 33-year-old Brazilian right-back had already been on the verge of leaving Camp Nou last season, but suddenly extended his deal by another two years.
 
According to As, Cadena Ser and Sky Sport Italia, this deal was done with a special clause allowing Alves to walk away for free before June 5.
 
Barcelona in turn would not stand in his way, as his wages weigh on the books and his replacement has already been snapped up in the form of Aleix Vidal.
 
The report emerged at first via Cadena Ser on Wednesday evening and spread rapidly, despite Barcelona sources denying the story via Mundo Deportivo.
 
Unlike the Juventus bid for Javier Mascherano mooted this morning, Dani Alves does appear to be available as a free agent.
 
Spanish paper As claims Alves told Barcelona teammates and directors of his decision during Sunday’s end of season celebration.
 
While the Spanish reports suggest he has agreed a three-year contract with Juventus, Sky Sport Italia believe it is two years with the option for a third.
 
Multiple sources insist only an announcement is missing before this move to Turin can be completed.

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