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Manchester City-bound Dani Alves pens emotional goodbye to Juventus fans

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Brazilian full back Dani Alves has posted an emotional message on his social media account to thank Juventus fans for their support.

The 34-year-old has terminated his contract with the Italian champions after just one season and looks set to reunite with his former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.

An official statement is expected to be made in the coming days with Alves poised to sign a two-year contract to join the Etihad stadium.

Alves posted on Instagram: “I would like to thank all the Juventus fans for the year I’ve had, to my team-mates who welcomed me like the professionals they are, for a club that wins and reaches finals.

“I think that my respect for this club and its supporters was my dedication, my passion and all my effort to make the club greater every single day.

Since controversially leaving Barcelona last summer, Alves became an instant hit at Juventus, scoring six goals and providing six assists from a wing-back position to guide the club win the Serie A, the Coppa Italia before ending the campaign as runners up in the Champions League.

“I apologise to the Juventus fans if sometimes they thought I had done something to offend them. I never had that intention, I just live very spontaneously and few people understand it. Even though it appears that I am not perfect, my heart is pure.

“Today our professional relationship ends and I will carry with me all of those who with love and a true heart make Juve a great club.”

Alves concluded his statement by thanking Juventus president Giuseppe Morata and claiming that his desire to leave the Turin club has nothing to do with earning more money.

“As everyone knows, I always say what I think and feel, so I feel that I should say thank you to Mr Marotta for the opportunity he gave me, he’s a great professional and someone who loves his job like few others,” he added.

“I don’t play football for money, I play football because I love the profession and those who are part of it. I leave it up to you to judge what I have done and worked for. I love football and money will never take me to any other place.”

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