Giorgio Chiellini believes it will be "beautiful" to end his international career against Argentina at Wembley on Wednesday after leading Italy to Euro 2020 glory at the London ground last year.
European champions Italy will take South American champions Argentina in the inaugural Finalissima at the Wembley Stadium in London on Thursday
Giorgio Chiellini bid farewell to Juventus fans on Monday in his last home match for the Turin giants
The 37-year-old will end his international career this summer after Italy face Argentina in the 'Finalissima' match at Wembley, where last July he won Euro 2020 with Italy.
Giorgio Chiellini will bring down the curtain on his international career this summer after Italy face Argentina in the so-called 'Finalissima' at Wembley, the site of his greatest career triumph.
Wembley will host the 'Finalissima' clash between European champions Italy and Copa America winners Argentina on June 1, UEFA announced on Tuesday
The announcement about Giorgio Chiellini came a day after Juventus disclosed that first team players Carlo Pinsoglio and Arthur Melo had tested positive.
Chiellini's absence is a big blow heading into Friday's clash in Rome against the Swiss, who trail Group C leaders Italy on goal difference with two games remaining for both teams.
UEFA Euro 2020: Giorgio Chiellini made his Italy debut in 2004 and is playing in his fourth European Championship.
Euro 2020: Italy's Giorgio Chiellini was brimming with excitement right before the penalty shootouts against Spain on Wednesday.