The Brazilian is eying getting his hands on Europe’s elite club competition with the Bianconeri and says he is also looking forward to playing alongside Paul Pogba

Dani Alves is aiming to bring Champions League glory to Juventus after completing his switch from Barcelona.

Alves’ free transfer from Camp Nou to Turin on a two-year deal was completed on Monday, with the Brazilian opting against renewing his Barca contract.

The right-back was part of the Barca side that denied Juve a treble by beating them in the 2015 Champions League final in Berlin.

But now Alves is hoping to help bring the European trophy back to Turin for the first time since 1995-96.

“It’s a great honour to be her. Juve have a great dream and I want to make it a reality,” said the Brazilian when presented to the media.

“The club’s dream is to win the Champions League and I hope to help them achieve this.

“I can’t say exactly what Juve require to win the Champions League. That’s something I’ll begin to work out from now onwards.

“We need to believe we can win the Champions League if we are to do it. We will give it our best shot.

“Juve is a club full of interesting challenges and goals. There’s a unique opportunity to go down in history here.”

The 33-year-old says he is also excited to be undertaking a new challenge and playing alongside the likes of Paul Pogba.

“The club’s history fascinates me. I also wanted a new experience, in a new country,” continued Alves.

“I’m not someone who looks for an easy ride. I’m not a star, I’m a real worker.