Marco Storari will reportedly be rewarded for his loyalty with a new contract at Italian giants Juventus.
Storari joined the Old Lady last summer and played in 29 games in all competitions while Gigi Buffon was sidelined with injury.
There were suggestions that the former Milan man could be sold in the summer, but Juve kept hold of him despite the presence of Buffon and Alex Manninger in Turin.
According to speculation, the Old Lady No 2 will be handed a new improved deal in order to keep him happy in Turin.
Currently on around €1.5m a campaign, Juve are set to offer the 34-year-old a contract until 2014 worth €2m a season.
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