Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic is set to sign a new contract at the Turin Stadium, according to Mediaset Premium.
The 28-year-old will add one year to his current deal, which ends in 2021, but his wage will jump to €7 million per year.
The Bosnian international has developed into one of Europe’s best players since he arrived in Turin two years ago from Roma. He’s won two Serie A and Coppa Italias since, scoring 15 times in 91 appearances.
Barcelona, PSG and Real Madrid have been chasing his singature this summer.
The 23-year-old has turned down repeat overtures from the Ligue 1 champions to extend a contract that expires in 2019. This has caused sustained links to Barcelona and Juventus.
However, the Italians giants are prepared to play a waiting game.
The Serie A champions have repeatedly shown themselves to be experts in working the free-agency market. Germany midfielder Emre Can became the latest bargain recruit this summer after his contract at Liverpool was run down.
Liverpool have also expressed interest in the former Pau man.
Tottenham wantaway defender Toby Alderweireld could sign for Bayern Munich, according to The Mirror.
With Jerome Boateng likely to leave the Allianz Arena for PSG, the Bundesliga champions would be in the market for a new centre-back.
Alderweireld, 29, could fill the void, having seen a potential move to Manchester United break down this summer.
The German transfer window does not close until August 31, which means Bayern still have time to try to seal a move for the Belgian international.