Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is set to receive a new contract and increased pay package to detract interest from elsewhere and keep him in Turin, according to Sky Sports.
The 20-year-old has been rumoured to be wanted by some of Europe's top clubs but the Juve director general , Giuseppe Moratta has dismissed any talk of a move away.
"Pogba is happy at Juventus and he has no intention of leaving," he told Sky Sport Italia.
"We will soon meet with the Frenchman’s agents to extend our agreement and, at the same time, give him a pay rise for the growth he has shown."
Paul Pogba is in his second season at Juventus, having moved from Manchester United where he was unwanted by Sir Alex Ferguson. But he has settled in Italy and established himself as one of the key players in Antonio Conte's title-winning side.
Playing alongside Arturo Vidal and the recently Ballon d'Or nominated Andrea Pirlo in midfield, Pogba has progressed superbly and earned himself three call-ups for the French national team.
Juventus are currently sitting third in the Serie A championship as they look to complete a hat-trick of titles.