Manchester United and Barcelona target Arturo Vidal is set to sign a new contract with Juventus, according to the Italian club's chief executive officer Beppe Marotta, reports Sky Sports.
The 26-year-old midfielder has been the subject of intense transfer speculation in recent months, with suggestions he could leave Turin when the transfer window reopens in January.
Red Devils boss David Moyes is understood to be keen to bring Vidal to Old Trafford at the turn of the year, as he looks to add some much-needed creativity in the middle of the park.
Gerardo Martino has also been mooted as an admirer of the Chile international, as have Barcelona's La Liga rivals Real Madrid in the past.
Vidal has been in impressive form for Antonio Conte's side this season, featuring in every game for Juventus so far in 2013/14. And, for that reason, Marotta is confident that the South American will commit his future to the Turin club, snubbing the advances of Manchester United and Barcelona.
"Vidal's renewal will arrive," explained the 56-year-old. "It's enough waiting - there aren't problems. There is only the need for patience."