Ilkay Gundogan is set to reject advances from Barcelona in January and commit his future to Manchester City.
Gundogan has two years remaining on his £90,000-a-week deal at the Etihad Stadium and appears happy to extend his stay under Pep Guardiola.
The 27-year-old is also attracting interest from AC Milan and clubs in the Bundesliga.
But, according to The Sun, he is keen to commit his long-term future and sign improved terms.
They claim Gundogan ‘loves’ playing under Guardiola and is comfortable in Manchester.
Gundogan was among the first of Guardiola’s new signings when he took over the managerial hotseat at City in 2016.
Though his first season was disrupted by the recurrence of a serious knee injury, he played a key role in their record-breaking Premier League success last year.
Gundogan helped them to a league and Carabao Cup double in 2018, making 48 appearances across the board and scoring six times.