Chelsea risk losing Brazilian winger Willian for free next summer with the 30 year old entering the final year of his contract next season.
Spanish champions Barcelona tried signing Willian last summer and they could make a move for the Brazilian international this summer with just one year left on his contract.
According to The Sun, Willian is on the verge of signing a new two-year deal at Chelsea, ending speculation linking him to a move away from Stamford Bridge.
The report claims the Brazil forward has agreed fresh terms to keep him at Stamford Bridge despite Barcelona reviving interest this summer.
Chelsea had previously offered just one year contracts to players over 30 but scrapped the policy due to the transfer ban imposed on the club.
David Luiz recently extended his Chelsea contract by a further two years and Willian is now following suit to extend his stay at Stamford Bridge into a seventh year.
News of Willian extending his Chelsea contract will come as a welcome boost to Chelsea fans after seeing Eden Hazard leave the club for Real Madrid this summer.
Meanwhile, Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is set to leave Stamford Bridge with Juventus his destination after the Italian club agreed a compensation package with Chelsea on Thursday night.
Sarri will leave Chelsea after just one year at the club despite guiding the Blues to a third place finish and Europa League success last season.