Barcelona are reportedly set to offer new contracts to highly-rated duo Oscar Mingueza and Ilaix Moriba.
With a promising array of young stars emerging at Camp Nou, newly-elected president Joan Laporta is keen to negotiate new terms with several youngsters to try to fend off potential interest from other elite European teams.
The Catalan club have already tied down 21-year-old midfielder Alex Collado to a new deal, penning a contract until 2023, and according to Marca, Laporta is hoping to agree new deals with Mingueza and Moriba.
Mingueza, 21, will see his current contract expire in less than three months' time but Barcelona are planning to trigger a two-year extension in his deal.
The central defender, who can also operate as a full-back, has featured 21 times in La Liga so far this campaign and has impressed manager Ronald Koeman.
Meanwhile, 18-year-old Moriba has only featured seven times in the Spanish top flight this season, starting just once, but the midfielder has shown glimpses of his potential when called upon and Barca are keen to extend his contract which expires in 2022.