With six goals and seven assists in 32 outings for the Turin giants, coupled with his reliable and solid defensive work, he has been a key signing for Massimiliano Allegri, and he clearly isn't anywhere near being done with his playing career yet.
Alves' current deal at the Juventus stadium is due to expire in June 2018, but it remains to be seen if the Juazeiro-born star is offered a contract extension by his current employers. "Absolutely", he wrote in his article for the Players' Tribune. But you can not play for a club for eight years and achieve everything that we did and not have that club in your heart for ever.
THE FINAL - "At Barcelona I played by memory, but with Juventus it is different".
I was going to ignore this, but sadly the Mail published it with an actual byline (what up, Sami Mokbel), which means that someone was willing to put their name behind this thing and face. well probably no consequences at all if he got it wrong. They were going to miss the care I had for the dressing room.
Juventus defender Dani Alves will make his 100th appearance in the Champions League in Saturday's final in Cardiff. In the article, Alves admits that he told the board at the time that "they were going to miss my spirit".
However, with Kyle Walker's future uncertain at Tottenham, their boss Mauricio Pochettino is believed to be keeping tabs on Alves' situation, while Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola wants to be reunited with him having coached him at Barca in the past.