ESPN made a huge announcement this past month when they reeled in longtime Fox Sports announcer and Super Bowl-winning quarterback Troy Aikman to the Monday Night Football broadcast. Now, ESPN has landed Aikman's longtime partner, Joe Buck, to the Monday Night Football booth in a dream pairing for the network, as reported by Andrew Marchand of the New York Post.

Joe Buck is expected to leave Fox Sports for ESPN, where he will become the voice of “Monday Night Football,” The Post has learned.

Per Marchand, Joe Buck was granted permission by Fox Sports to talk with ESPN, who is prepared with a Godfather offer for the 52-year-old. Buck, who was owed $11 million on the remaining year of his Fox Sports contract, could make as much as $60-$75 million to be the new voice of Monday Night Football alongside Aikman.

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ESPN has spared no expense for both Buck and Aikman, whose presence will signal in a new era on the Monday night broadcast. The network bounced around broadcasters and analysts these past few NFL seasons, though the former Fox Sports announcers will be their best duo in years.

Monday nights on ESPN just got a whole lot more exciting with the addition of Buck.