Dani Alves reveals Juventus chairman has promised team brand new Ferraris for beating Real Madrid in Champions League final

Brazilian defender is a target for Chelsea and he could arrive in England with a brand new motor next season

Juventus players will be extra driven to win the Champions League final on Saturday night as they’ve been promised Ferrari super cars.

Star defender Dani Alves has revealed club chairman Andrea Agnelli has guaranteed the Serie A champions a sports car each if they can topple Real Madrid in the Cardiff showpiece.

The Italian billionaire – who studied at Oxford – is the fourth member of the Agnelli family to run the Turin side and he spent time working for the classy car maker in Switzerland.

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The Juventus star will be praying for a new medal and set of car keys

The Brazil hero cannot wait to get his teeth into Real Madrid in Wales

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Dani Alves will be jumping for joy if his side wins the Chamoions League and he bags a motor

Alves claimed in the pre-match press conference that the club had promised himself and the rest of the star-studded squad “red riding horses” for winning – a hint at their famous logo.

Juve will complete an incredible Treble if they can stop Cristiano Ronaldo & Co in Cardiff, where Gareth Bale is likely to be a super sub back on home soil while Madrid are trying to retain the trophy.

Alves already has a black Ferrari California convertible, as well as a reliable Audi and a…. Volvo.

Alves hinted at the massive bonus his team-mates are on in his press conference

The defender recalled how he almost joined Real Madrid

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The full-back will be a key player in final in Cardiff

The brilliant full-back, who is linked with a move to Chelsea – has revealed he could have been turning put for Madrid instead for this final.

When he moved to Barcelona from Seville in 2008, he was poached from right under Madrid’s biggest rivals and canny coach Pep Guardiola.

Alves revealed: “I have never hidden the fact that it was virtually all done with Madrid.