Paulo Dybala is set to sign a new contract at Juventus that would make him the third highest-paid player at the club, according to Tuttosport via Calciomercato.

The Argentinian attacker has entered the last year of his current deal at Juventus and has been in talks with the club over a new one.

Negotiations had made little progress as he continued to demand more than Juve could afford at the moment.

He was in poor form last season and his showing for Juve saw him miss out on the Argentina squad for Copa America.

He remains a key part of the club and they have always maintained that they want him to stay.

As he returns for preparations for the next campaign with the club, he looks set to also sign a new deal.

The report says he would sign a contract worth 10m euros per season net with bonuses.

That would make him the third-highest earner at the club behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Matthijs de Ligt.

The Bianconeri have been hard at work trying to get the summer signings that Massimiliano Allegri wants and he will be happy that they are about to tie down Dybala to a new long-term deal.