Boca Juniors' match against Colon on Sunday is set to be Carlos Tevez's last for the club, with the forward closing in on a move to Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua.
The 32-year-old scored a brace in last weekend's Superclasico against River Plate, but those could be his last goals in the blue and gold of the Buenos Aires side as one director at La Bombonera has claimed that he is just a signature away from confirming his departure.
"He is going to go," a Boca Juniors director revealed to MARCA.
"All that remains is for it to be made official."
The fact that the player's daughters have not renewed their enrolment at their local school further suggests that the family is packing their bags for Asia.
Furthermore, with Shanghai Shenhua's president Wu Xiaohui announcing that negotiations have advanced and with the club's new boss Gus Poyet giving the green light to the former Manchester United and City striker's arrival, everything is in place for the Argentine's continental switch to be confirmed.