Juventus stopper Wojciech Szczesny is close to renewing his contract to 2024, according to Sky Sport Italia expert Gianluca Di Marzio.
The former Arsenal keeper has been with Juve since signing in the summer of 2017 for €14m, following a loan spell at Roma.
He signed as a back-up 'keeper to Gigi Buffon in 2017-18, shadowing the legendary player for a season before taking his position as the veteran left for Paris Saint Germain.
Szczesny has been the first choice since then, even with Buffon returning to the club this season.
The Pole's contract expires in June 2021, but Di Marzio reports that his contract will be extended to 2024.
He's made 74 appearances for Juve, and has kept 37 clean sheets.
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