Chelsea are set to offer Thomas Tuchel a new three-year contract after signing an 18-month deal when he took charge.
The contract included clauses that entitle him to an extension if certain targets are hit but the Blues want to secure his long-term future, according to the Mail.
Chelsea will reportedly offer a two-year deal with an option for a third.
Tuchel's salary will increase from the £7million-a-year he is on at the moment.
And the German is said to be eager to sign having been wary of the short-term nature of his current contract.
The 47-year-old former Paris Saint-Germain boss is in line for serious bonuses if the Blues win the Champions League and finish in the top four.
And although he will be rewarded for winning the FA Cup too, the sum he will receive is said to be far smaller.
Tuchel's men have also kept 18 clean sheets from his 25 games in charge.
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