Juventus have reportedly reached agreements with Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini and Blaise Matuidi to extend their contracts.
The trio's current deals all expire on June 30, but, as reported by Goal, they are all set to remain at Juventus next season, even though they have yet to formally put pen to paper.
Legendary goalkeeper Buffon has made eleven appearances for Juventus this season since returning to the club from Paris saint Germain.
Despite being 42 years old, Buffon doesn't appear ready to retire yet.
Centre-back Chiellini is also set to remain at the club, where he has played since 2005.
This season Chiellini has made just three appearances as he had a lengthy spell out injured, but he recently returned to action.
Matuidi, meanwhile, has been at Juventus since 2017. This campaign the midfielder has featured on 31 occasions.
Matuidi, along with his Juventus team-mate Daniele Rugani, has tested positive for coronavirus.