Juventus have been tracking Manchester United winger Nani for months and Tuttosport believes the Bianconeri have finally got their man.
It has been a tough season for Nani at Old Trafford and there were suggestions that he could leave in January, but no deal materialised despite links with Inter and Juventus.
The paper insists that the allure of Champions League football next season was a vital factor in Nani's decision and that Manchester United will receive around £4m, considerably less than previously suspected.
Nani will reportedly receive a three-year contract worth just under £3.3m per year, which Tuttosport believes he has already provisionally agreed to.
It is suggested that Nani personally stepped in to accelerate the deal having identified Juventus as the right place to re-launch his career.
The Juventus directors' willingness to increase an initial offer of a two-year contract despite Nani's injury worries was reportedly a big factor for Nani.