Former Barcelona player Dani Alves is one step away from leaving Juventus, the club he joined last summer on a two-year deal.
Representatives of the Brazilian were in Turin on Monday holding talks with Juve's general director Beppe Marota which would allow the 34-year-old to leave for free.
According to Sky Italia, the meeting between the two parties was positive and it's likely that in the coming hours the Serie A side will rescind the contract of Alves, who they themselves signed for free from Barcelona last summer.
Alves likely destination is the Premier League, with Manchester City reportedly offering him a two-year deal -- Chelsea are also though to be keen on the right-back.
The Brazil international produced some fine performances for Juventus at the business end of the campaign, playing 33 games in total and scoring six goals.