Italian midfield playmaker Andrea Pirlo, out of contract after 10 years with champions AC Milan, should be playing at Juventus next season, his agent said on Friday.
"He still has some details to sort out, but I think that Andrea Pirlo is heading for Juventus," said Tullio Tinti, saying that a three-year contract was being discussed without giving details of the salary.
"He'll make a decision in the next few days, but Juve is really the leading candidate," added Tinti.
Pirlo, 32, joined the club in 2001 after three years at cross-town rivals Inter Milan. He started his career at Brescia and moved to Inter in 1998 but was only a bit-part player and had loan spells at Reggina and back at Brescia.
He won two Champions League crowns and two Serie A titles with Milan and the World Cup with Italy in 2006.