Dani Alves has finalised his move to Juventus from Barcelona on a free transfer.
The Brazilian, who won 23 trophies during an eight-year spell at Camp Nou, has signed a two-year deal with the Italian giants, who swooped for the right-back after he turned down a new deal at Barca.
The 33-year-old was unveiled to the media today, telling reporters that he intends to help Juve win the Champions League for the first time since 1996.
"It's a great honour to be here," said Alves. "Juve have a great dream and I want to make it a reality. 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 is a unique opportunity to go down in history here."
Alves has been given the No.23 shirt.