Juventus are reportedly considering offering Paulo Dybala a new contract at the club despite ongoing speculation over his future.
The Argentine was strongly linked with a move away from Turin during the summer transfer window, with Juventus willing to sell after new boss Maurizio Sarri deemed him surplus to requirements.
Negotiations with Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are understood to have broken down over a mixture of wage demands and issues with his image rights, although both clubs are reportedly planning to reignite their interest in January.
Paris Saint-Germain are also thought to be keeping tabs on the 25-year-old's situation, but Corriere Torino reports that Juventus are lining up a new deal for the forward.
The report claims that Dybala is set for a wage rise from €7.5m (£6.7m) per year to €10m (£8.9m), extending his contract by an extra season from 2022 to 2023.
Dybala is yet to start a match for the Italian champions this season, featuring for just 14 minutes in Serie A so far.body check tags ::