Real Madrid are reportedly prepared to make Raphael Varane one of their highest-paid players by offering him a 50% pay rise.
The France international's future has been called into question in recent weeks as he is rumoured to have asked for a move away.
Zinedine Zidane is desperate to make sure Varane does not quit this summer, though, and AS reports that a new €9m (£7.7m)-a-year contract could be tabled - a vast increase on his current €6m (£5.2m) salary.
Madrid had initially planned to open contract talks next year, having only tied down the 25-year-old in 2017, but it is claimed that they will now speed up negotiations as a result of the growing interest in one of their key players.
Among other major honours, Varane has won four Champions Leagues, a World Cup, four Club World Cups and two La Liga titles.