Cristiano Ronaldo could be unveiled as a Juventus player as soon as Saturday, according to reports in Italy.
Ronaldo won his fifth Champions League with Madrid in May
The Real Madrid star is said to be in talks to leave the Bernabeu and seal a shock £88million switch to Italian champions Juve.
Ronaldo, 33, has hinted he could leave Real before only then to sign new contracts, but this time the rumours appear to be legitimate as multiple sources claim he is nearing a stunning move to Turin.
Portugal's early exit from the World Cup has reportedly prompted the superstar to consider his future - with claims he wants one last challenge before bringing his record-breaking career to a close.
Ronaldo is Real Madrid's greatest goalscorer, the top striker in Champions League history, has won five European titles and has the most caps for Portugal.
He is looking to leave the LaLiga giants after nine seasons - winning two league titles and four Champions League crowns - and his £88m move would smash Juventus' previous £75.3m transfer record when they signed Gonzalo Higuain from rivals Napoli in 2016.
Portugal's early World Cup exit has made Ronaldo think about his future
And, according to reports from Sport Mediaset in Italy, Juve are so confident the deal will be wrapped up that they are already making plans to officially announce his arrival on Saturday.
It is claimed Ronaldo could be unveiled to fans at the Allianz Stadium.
Ronaldo is expected to sign a four-year contract worth £26million per year, or a cool £500,000 a week, with the Serie A champions.