With first team chances at Arsenal limited, Szczesny is ending his spell with the Gunners and moving to last season's Champions League runners-up.
Szczesny has only a year left on his Gunners contract, and an exit has emerged as the suitable option as it would benefit both the player as well as the club.
However, his career at Arsenal came crashing down after his ill-advised cigarette break in the showers following the infamous New Year's Day defeat at Southampton in 2015.
Juventus have been pursuing the goalkeeper all summer and they appear to have finally got their man.
If Szczesny does join Juventus it is anticipated that the 27-year-old will initially provide back-up to Gianluigi Buffon before becoming first-choice when the legendary Italy global retires at the end of next season.
He impressed on loan at Roma last season as he kept 14 clean sheets in Serie A, more than any other goalkeeper in the division.