Juventus will offer Paul Pogba the chance to quadruple his wages to a whopping €4m per season in an effort to stave off interest in the French midfielder from a host of top European clubs including Arsenal, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Pogba's long-term future has been the subject of persistent speculation over the last 12 months, with the former Manchester United starlet now shining in Serie A as part of a formidable Juve midfield trio which also includes Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal.
The 20-year-old's current deal with the Turin giants runs until 2016, but that has not been enough to stop the Gunners, City and some of the continent's premier sides monitoring his situation closely.
European football's golden boy will reportedly receive a contract offer that takes him into the highest bracket of wage earners at Juve in the next few weeks, as the Old Lady's general director Beppe Marotta ponders whether to keep the likes of Pirlo and Pogba on a long-term basis.
Gazetta also reports that should Pogba see his future elsewhere the likes of Bayern Munich, Madrid and PSG are prepared to make Juve's wage offer look relatively minor, with a salary ranging between €7-8m on the table if a fee could be agreed.