The father of Brazilian playmaker Diego claims his son is on the verge of completing a move to Juventus.
The Italian giants opened discussions with the midfielder's current employers, Werder Bremen, on Wednesday and hope to have a deal in place for the summer.
Both sides have been quick to stress that talks are only at the preliminary stage at present, with an agreement yet to be reached.
However, Diego's father insists a big-money move is now a formality, with only a fee left to be thrashed out.
"It's done," Djair da Cunha told Corriere dello Sport.
"Between Diego and Juve it is done 100 per cent. Now we are just waiting on Werder and Juve.
"When will it be confirmed? That is not up to me to say. Let's wait for an official announcement from Werder.
"Everything between Diego and Juve is sorted, so let's finish the season in Germany as positively as possible.
"Diego is happy to be heading to Italy. Juve were always his first choice, that must be made clear."
Da Cunha also denied reports suggesting Bayern Munich and Inter Milan had expressed an interest in acquiring Diego's services.
"Bayern Munich? No-one spoke with me and if they wanted Diego they had to talk to me," he said.
"He only wanted to go to Italy. Inter were not in contact either, he only wanted Juve."