Manchester United are ready to offer under-fire midfielder Tom Cleverley a new five-year contract that will be worth a whopping £15million, reports the Mail on Sunday.
The 24-year-old has been the subject of intense criticism from his own fans following a series of poor performances this season, prompting speculation he could be ousted from Old Trafford this summer.
However, Red Devils boss David Moyes sees Cleverley as an important player for the future and is willing to extend his current deal - which expires in 2015 - by handing him a £60,000-per-week contract.
Cleverley was omitted from the Manchester United squad that beat West Bromwich Albion 3-0 at The Hawthorns on Saturday, and he was also booed when his name was read out on international duty as England played Denmark at Wembley last week.
But, despite the hostile reception he's received from supporters in recent weeks, the future looks bright for the Old Trafford outcast with a new contract in the offing and a place in Roy Hodgson's Three Lions squad for the World Cup in Brazil still in his sights.