Juventus have agreed a €5m deal to sign North Korea and Cagliari striker Han Kwang-song.
Gianluca Di Marzio and Goal.com’s Romeo Agresti both report the transfer is all done.
The 20-year-old is a long-time target for Juve, who have been tracking him since January 2018.
He joined Cagliari in 2015 and became the first North Korean to play a Serie A game two years later.
In the meantime, Han has spent the last two seasons on loan at Serie B side Perugia, scoring 11 goals in 39 appearances.
As for his chances in Turin, Di Mario and Agresti both claim the Bianconeri want him to split his time between the first team and Under-23s.
The latter is also adamant the attacker has overcome the knee problems that curtailed his second campaign at Perugia.