Paulo Dybala is set to end speculation over a possible Juventus exit by penning a new long-term contract with the Italian giants.
The likes of Manchester United , Real Madrid and Barcelona have all been linked with in interest in the 24-year-old.
But, according to The Sun, those European giants will have to look elsewhere with the Argentine ace set to sign a new £120,000-a-week contract with Juve.
Dybala – who joined Juventus from Palermo for £28.5million in 2015 – started the season in incredible form, scoring 13 goals in his first eight games, including two hat-tricks.
However, that run of performances did not last. He netted just twice in his next ten games and was dropped to the bench my manager Massimiliano Allegri.
According to the report, that slump in form has convinced the striker he still has much to learn with the Italian champions before testing himself in England or Spain.
Dybala’s new deal will reportedly put him on the same wages as fellow frontman Gonzalo Higuain – the club’s top earner.