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Patrice Evra hopes to help Juventus win a fourth consecutive league title - a feat Manchester United never quite achieved during his time at Old Trafford.
The 33-year-old left-back did lift the Barclays Premier League five times during his eight years in Manchester but the Red Devils' run towards claiming four in a row was interrupted by Chelsea in 2010.
– New Juventus defender Patrice Evra.
It won't be easy to win four titles in a row. I managed to do it three times with Manchester United and know how difficult the challenge is.
We also hope to do well in the Champions League. It's a great competition and we'll look to go as far as we can.
Evra also admitted he had been especially keen to reunite with his former United team-mate Carlos Tevez, who left his friend behind when crossing the Manchester divide to join City in 2009.
– Evra, who will wear the number 33 shirt in Turin.
Carlos is a warrior. It was tough for me to see him leave United for another team. We're great friends on and off the pitch.
It wasn't easy to leave Manchester United, it was a decision I made for personal reasons.
I'm happy with the choice I've made in coming here. Juventus is a great club with a wonderful history.
Torino have signed veteran forward Fabio Quagliarella from Juventus in a 3.5million euros transfer fee.
Quagliarella, who had one year left in his previous deal with the Serie A champions, has signed a contract with the Granata outfit until June 2017.