Paulo Dybala is reportedly set to end speculation surrounding his future by signing a lucrative new contract with Juventus.
The talented 26-year-old was persistently linked with a move away from Turin last summer.
Manchester United and Tottenham were keen on acquiring Dybala’s services in the summer transfer window.
But neither move materialised, and the Argentine attacker has been a man reborn this season under Maurizio Sarri.
And according to Goal.com, Dybala is close to signing a deal to extend his time with the Old Lady by two years to 2024.
His wages will also increase to an eye-watering £8.5million-a-year, as he looks to add to his bustling Juventus trophy cabinet.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side had been willing to use Romelu Lukaku as a bargaining chip to sign Dybala, but the Red Devils failed to strike an agreement.
Spurs were closer, as they attempted to complete the audacious swoop before August's deadline.
But the move fell down over the player's image rights.
Juventus sit behind Inter Milan on goal difference in Serie A and have a favourable Champions League last 16 draw against Lyon next month.
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