Paulo Dybala has reportedly agreed to sign a new five-year contract at Juventus.
Dybala, who hit his 15th Serie A goal this season in Saturday’s 1-0 win at Lazio, had been the subject of interest from Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
But the 24-year-old will commit his future to Juve by penning a £120,000-a-week deal which does not include a buy-out clause, according to The Sun.
Dybala is in his third season as a Juve player, having joined from Palermo in 2015.
He has scored 45 goals in his first 86 Serie A appearances for the Turin outfit.
Dybala trained with his Juve team-mates in Vinovo on Tuesday before they flew to London for the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie with Tottenham.
He missed the first leg with a hamstring injury but has played in three matches since.
Juventus go into Wednesday’s game at Wembley as underdogs to progress to the quarter-finals, having been held to a 2-2 first-leg draw in Dybala’s absence.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has all but two of his first-team players to choose from, with the injured Toby Alderweireld and the suspended Serge Aurier the only absentees for the hosts.