One of the greatest goalkeepers of all-time will be trying to stop one of the greatest forwards.
Santos was responsible for the nightmare bust of Cristiano Ronaldo unveiled outside Madeira Airport earlier this year, and has worked his magic once again.
While Madrid are looking for consecutive Champions League title, Juventus are searching for their first in 21 years.
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Finally made the final in 2006 - beating Real Madrid and Juventus along the way - but they lost to Barcelona with Bergkamp an unused substitute.
"He knew how to create a good relationship with the players, he won the Champions League, then the (UEFA) Super Cup, World Club Cup and now La Liga".
They will be playing on the same side of the pitch on Saturday, attacking and defending against each other.
Zinedine Zidane's Madrid are aiming to become the first club to claim back-to-back titles in the Champions League era, having seen off city rivals Atletico Madrid on penalties in Milan previous year. Juventus have been doing things well for years, and it is a big club that has not won the Champions League for many years now.
Zidane, 44, has already led his team to glory in La Liga, ending a five-year league title drought, as well as the Club World Cup and European Super Cup.
While the Real stars may not be too happy about their statues, they're not the only players who have been questionably immortalised in Bronze.
Beneath a closed roof at the Principality Stadium - a first for a Champions League final - a classic contest beckons.
While the Spaniard lacks the physical prowess of Bale, many believe he is better suited to the team's play due to his vision and dribbling ability, while German global Toni Kroos has admitted he prefers the four-man midfield the team usually employ when Isco plays.
Ramos scored a 93rd-minute equalizer in the 2014 final against Atletico Madrid to extend the game into extra time.
"It's not because he isn't as physically fit but because he wants to head into the final stage of the season, when everything is at stake, in top form".
Victorious against city rivals Atletico Madrid in the 2014 and 2016 finals, Real are chasing a third success in four seasons.
The 23-year-old Dybala has made an impact on the global stage this season, so much that he even earned comparisons with compatriot Lionel Messi.
But the 31-year-old Modric remains a key piece in Madrid's midfield, providing the first line of protection to the defence and often threatening in attack with his precise assists and long-range shots. He has been playing very well the last few weeks.