Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri is reportedly set to sign a new contract, as well as Claudio Marchisio and Leonardo Bonucci.
La Gazzetta dello Sport believes that the Bianconeri boss, who led his side to a domestic double and Champions League final in his first season, will meet with the club hierarchy this morning.
The newspaper reports that Juventus are ready to offer an extension running until 2017 with a salary of €3.5m per season, and that the renewal is a formality although Allegri would like a slight increase on his wage.
Italy international defender Bonucci is reportedly also set to extend, although an agreement over the terms could be more difficult.
The 28-year-old is currently tied to the club until 2017 and earns €2m per year, but is believed to be looking to double his wage in order to commit until 2019.
It was reported yesterday that Marchisio was expected to renew with the Old Lady and further details have emerged over the terms of his deal.
The midfielder is believed to have extended his contract until 2019 with a salary of €3.6m per season plus bonuses.
Marchisio and Bianconeri President Andrea Agnelli will reportedly meet the media at 4pm UK time to announce the renewal.