The Brazilian has been heavily linked with a move to the Blues and to reunite with former boss Pep Guardiola.
And the right-back isn’t helping media speculation with his social media activity.
Alves posted a picture of the boots he wore in the 2015 Champions League final when Barcelona beat Juventus 3-1.
He captioned on the picture: “I found my Berlin final shoes at home. My respect boys.”
This, naturally, left Juventus fans rather unhappy, who took to social media to vent their frustration…
EstebanJr94 said: “The respect he had earned from supporters (mine had you as a player of Seville), you’re burning in a few days. Congrats.”
Sabrinallaria1 said: “Dani alves does not honor our shirt. That for me comes first. Must go.”
Tremore said: “It’s not nice post pictures that makes us remember the defeat the team that you’re for and what’s the salary.”
che_fidel2: “An anarchist in Juve, a loose cannon. Everything is spectacular, in Italy we are not used. Thanks Dani Alves.”
SpinaSpi: “Dani Alves just a provocateur useless and cowardly! vienile to do in Italy these provocations clown!!!”
The picture was featured in article on Premium Sport , causing Alves to respond.
“Okay my Instagram story is a gaffe?” said the Juve man. “All this s*** is so sensationalist. Leave me the f*** alone!”
The Brazilian’s angry response comes just days after he defended himself to the same publication over Gonzalo Higauin’s “goodbye” message.