Arsenal are reportedly hopeful that Jack Wilshere's contract situation will be resolved by early next week, as talks are scheduled to take place on Monday.
The England international is a free agent after turning down the Gunners' existing offer, which would see him take a 25% pay cut on his previous terms.
Following suggestions in the Italian press that Juventus are willing to offer the England international a four-year deal, new Arsenal boss Unai Emery has pushed forward face-to-face discussions with the midfielder.
According to The Sun, the two men will meet tomorrow and Emery will lay out his vision, but it is unknown whether an improved contract will be tabled.
Wilshere, also linked with West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers of late, has spent the past decade in Arsenal's ranks.