The ISL will be held in various venues across the country from October 12 to December 20.
"He is coming tomorrow afternoon, at 2.45, by Emirates Airways. People involved with Delhi Dynamos will go to the airport to give him a warm welcome," a source close to the franchise said about the 2006 World Cup winner's arrival.     

"Wait is almost over. The Dynamic Dynamo, @delpieroale is coming home. Team #DelhiDynamos are awaiting his arrival," the Dynamos wrote on its twitter handle.
The 39-year-old Del Piero, a Juventus legend for life, was last month signed as Dynamos' marquee player, making him the ISL's biggest attraction and generating a lot of buzz over his arrival.
Del Piero, who was also negotiating for a stint with Hungarian club, Honved FC, before opting for the Delhi franchise, is also one of the brand ambassadors of the cash-rich tournament.
"I'm very enthusiastic about this adventure. It fits perfectly with the way I chose to move forward since I left Juve," Del Piero had said earlier.
Del Piero, also nicknamed 'Il Fenomeno Vero' or The Real Phenomenon, is the 10th all-time top-scorer in the Champions League and has featured in FIFA 100, a list of the top greatest living footballers compiled by Pele.
He has played alongside greats like Gianluigi Buffon and Zinedine Zidane, and managed to stand out. He arrived in Turin as a teenager in 1993 and spent 19 years, including 11 years as captain, at Serie A giants Juventus.

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