Juventus could be set to give Paulo Dybala a pay rise already to stop him being tempted by foreign clubs.
The Argentine only arrived from Palermo last summer, but has become a sensation in both Serie A and the Champions League.
The 22-year-old has scored 18 goals in 40 competitive games for his club, also providing eight assists.
His contract runs to June 2020 and is initially worth €3m per season, rising steadily.
However, Calciomercato.com claim Juve are ready to sit down with his agent and discuss speeding the process up for wages worth €4m with bonuses from next term.
The wage cap in Turin is €5.5m per year, currently earned by Paul Pogba.
Dybala’s form has attracted interest from the likes of Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.