Italy and Juventus legend Gianluigi Buffon is to join French champions Paris St-Germain on a 2-year deal, according to reports.
The 40-year-old stopper was expected to retire this summer after leaving Juventus after 18 years.
However, it was revealed a couple of weeks ago that Buffon had had a change of heart after receiving several very tempting offers, including, it has been reported, from Premier League sides Liverpool and Manchester City.
But the Corriere Dello Sport is reporting that Buffon has plumped for PSG and will sign up for 2 seasons.
Buffon has previously said that he would only join another club where he has a serous chance of winning more trophies, especially the Champions League – one of the few to elude him in his illustrious career. PSG have made no secret of their desire to win the Champions League title but have fallen at the last 16 stage in both of the past 2 seasons and are looking to strengthen again this summer.