Italian giants Juve have promised to issue Nicolo with a ticket to the highly-anticipated final if he completes his journey.
The final stretch of Nicolo's journey was due to end on Thursday but delays mean he won't arrive at Berlin's Olympic Stadium, the destination for Saturday's clash, until Friday afternoon.
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Nicolo's nine day long journey has seen him average over 80 miles a day across four different countries; Italy, Austria, Switzerland and Germany.
His dedication could all be worth it if the Old Lady complete a historic treble on Saturday night, with Juventus facing formidable Catalan giants Barcelona at the 74,000 capacity stadium.

Juventus supporters travelling to Berlin

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