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Did Gonzalo Higuain accidentally spill the beans over Dani Alves’ future at Juventus?

The striker posted a farewell message to his teammate, which was promptly deleted

It looks like Dani Alves’ time at Juventus is up, with teammate Gonzalo Higuain seemingly posting a farewell message to him on Twitter. 

The full-back has a year to run on his current contract with the Italian giants having joined Juve from Barcelona last season, but he’s rumoured to be seeking an exit from Turin this summer.

Premier League bound?

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Premier League bound?

After a stellar campaign with the Old Lady, Alves has been linked with Manchester City and Chelsea in recent weeks.

The 34-year-old further fuelled speculation recently by claiming in an interview that star forward Paulo Dybala will have to leave the Serie A champions if he’s to further his career – which is a pretty bizarre thing to say when you think about it.

Alves had a few odd things to say about his teammate Paulo Dybala

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Alves had a few odd things to say about his teammate Paulo Dybala

And the intrigue surrounding Alves’ career at Juve has reached fever-pitch, with Higuain posting a video message directed at the Brazilian wishing him well in the future.

The video, which was quickly posted on Higuain’s Twitter account before being deleted, said: “Dani brother, what can I tell you? I send you a big thank you, you know how much I love you.

“It was a pleasure to play with you and to win with you. I wish you the best and I hope we will spend more time together because it is really a pleasure.

“Hi genius, always keep with your cheer and smile, that is what matters most to this Life. Smile and be happy, a hug.”

The video may have been removed, but the internet never forgets.

Check out the video below:

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