Real Madrid have reportedly held further discussions with Sergio Ramos over a new contract.
The defender, who has spent the last 16 years of his career at the Bernabeu, is currently in line to depart the La Liga giants on a free transfer.
However, according to AS, the club's hierarchy are prepared to keep the 35-year-old for a further 12 months, providing that the veteran is receptive of the terms presented to him.
The report claims that Ramos has received no concrete offers from other clubs, increasing the chances of him featuring in Carlo Ancelotti's squad for next season.
Los Blancos may be willing to act with uncertainly remaining over the long-term future of Raphael Varane and the club potentially wanting to use funds on other areas of the pitch.
Injuries restricted Ramos to just 21 appearances in all competitions this season.