Former Brentford goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is set for one of the hardest ever jobs in football; replacing goalkeeping legend Gianluigi Buffon.
The Italian great, who won the World Cup with his country in 2006, has announced that it is going to be his last season playing on one condition.
He will only carry on if Juventus win the Champions League, the only omission on the goalkeeper's outstanding CV, to take on the Club World Cup.
But Buffon has anointed Szczesny as his successor as he sees himself out of the side to him next season anyway.
"This is my last season and I am quite convinced of the choices I take," he told Sky Italia.
"I am a very calm person, in the sense that I am not afraid of the future and of what my life may be.
"It would not change anything to play for one or two more years. It would take nothing or add anything to what I have already done.
"The only way would be to win the Champions League and, at that point, to try to win the Intercontinental. Maybe (Wojciech) Szczesny could play a game and me another.
"But I think with a goalkeeper like him, it is normal that next year I'll be aside."