Former Barcelona defender, Dani Alves, has completed a move from Italian Champions, Juventus to French Club, Paris Saint Germain.

The Brazilian Right Back was heavily linked with Manchester City and was expected to re-unite with his former boss, Pep Guardiola, after his contract with Juventus expired before joining the French Giant on Wednesday.

Alves’ signing was confirmed by PSG in a short video message on their Twitter handle on Wednesday.

The 34 year-old highly rated defender boast seven league titles (six La Liga and One Serie A title), six domestic cup titles (five Copa dey Rel and one Coppa Italia), three Champions League titles and two Europa League title.

Alves’ signing adds more experience to the PSG side that has failed to reach the Champions League Quarter Finals in recent years despite success at the home front.

Alves has picked the No. 32 of the Les Parisiens’.


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