Martin Caceres says he will ‘never forget’ Juventus after bidding them farewell for the third time.
Caceres re-joined Juve in January, replacing Medhi Benatia who left for Qatar, and went on to make nine appearances, winning his sixth Scudetto with the club.
However, his contract expires at the end of the month and will not be renewed as the Bianconeri prepare for a new era under Maurizio Sarri
“My family are all Juventus,” wrote the defender on Instagram.
“My son Leon was born in Turin and is a Juve fan, while my daughter Martina has spent her whole life here. I will never forget you.”
The 32-year-old played 119 times for the Old Lady across three spells, also lifting three Supercoppe and two Coppe Italia.
He is currently at Copa America with Uruguay, who thrashed Ecuador 4-0 in their opening game on Sunday.