Barcelona are hoping to be able to present new signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic to their supporters on Monday.
The Sweden international is due in Catalunya on Sunday to undergo a medical and put the finishing touches to his move from Inter Milan.
Barca are hoping the deal, which will see Samuel Eto'o heading in the opposite direction, can be pushed through without a hitch.
They will then look to showcase their big-money acquisition in a presentation ceremony at Camp Nou.
"If everything goes to plan, and I am hopeful that it is something that is going to be done, we hope to present him tomorrow," Barca's vice-president of sport Rafael Yuste told Sky Sports.
"After long negotiations with Inter Milan we hope to find a way to present him to our fans tomorrow afternoon."
Reigning European champions Barcelona have also been strongly linked with a move for Liverpool midfielder Javier Mascherano, but Yuste insists no agreement is in place to take the Argentine star to Spain.
"I can confirm that Javier Mascherano is a fantastic player, that personally I like a lot, but we have not bid," he added.
"We have a lot of players that want to come to Barcelona and that is all. Mascherano is a fantastic player, but he is with Liverpool.
"In the future you never know."