Andrea Barzagli has extended his contract with Italian champions Juventus until June 2015, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Barzagli, signed for under €1m from Wolfsburg in January 2011, was previously committed to the Old Lady until June 2013.
It is understood that the Italian international will see his current basic salary of €1.2m a season increase. Juventus have yet to confirm the deal.
The 31-year-old scored one goal in 35 League appearances for the Old Lady this season.
Alessandro Matri, Paolo De Ceglie, Fabio Quagliarella and Leonardo Bonucci have already had their deals renewed at the club this term.
Boss Antonio Conte and goalkeeper Gigi Buffon are expected to also pen new agreements in the near future.
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