Dani Alves set to sign for Juventus

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Barcelona defender Dani Alves looks set to complete a move to Serie A outfit Juventus. 

This has been reported by, who claim that the Brazilian full-back will put pen to paper on a two-year deal with the Italian champions later this week. 

Alves, 33, may well be approaching the latter stages of his career but is still widely recognised as one of the leading full-backs in Europe. 


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The defender has won the lot at the Camp Nou and looks set to embark on a new challenge in Turin ahead of the 2016/17 campaign. 

It appears, though, that Alves may not be the only Barca player moving to Juventus this summer. Indeed, the same report documents that Juve will also offer Javier Mascherano a two-year deal. 

Two on the way out 

The Argentina international is reportedly keen to depart the Catalans in favour of a move to Juventus, but it's far from certain as to whether the deal will be completed. 

It certainly looks set to be a summer of change for Barcelona, who will be hopeful of claiming their third consecutive La Liga trophy next season. 

After watching rivals Real Madrid win their 11th Champions League trophy, Luis Enrique's side will also be hoping to make a major impact in Europe's elite competition. 

It appears, though, that they may have to do that without Alves and Mascherano. 

Do you expect Alves and Mascherano to leave Barca? Have your say below! 

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