Andrea Pirlo will sign a two-year contract extension with Juventus, it has been reported on Friday.
The veteran midfielder’s current deal with the Bianconeri ends this summer, but several outlets, including Sport Mediaset, insist that the Italy international will put pen-to-paper on an extension.
It is suggested that the 34-year-old will continue with Antonio Conte’s men for a further two years, after negotiations between himself and the club were a success.
Pirlo has been virtually ever-present for the Turin giants this term, playing in 41 matches and scoring six goals.
With the former Milan man now confirmed, attention turns to Paul Pogba, who the club are desperate to keep despite heavy interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.
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