Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin is on the verge of completing a long-term deal to stay at the Emirates, according to the Daily Mail.
Bellerin is expected to be rewarded for his breakout season with the Gunners, as he was able to claw his way onto the first team.
The Sun claim that he will have his wages increased from £15,000 per week to £45,000.
Bellerin expressed his desire to stay with Arsenal, despite rumors floating around that he may return to Barcelona.
“If I’d wanted to play there, I would have stayed there in the first place. The fact that I came to Arsenal means I want to play here,” Bellerin said.
Gunners defender Mathieu Debuchy suffered an ankle injury, which opened the door for Bellerin’s emergence.
However, the young defender will have to battle Debuchy again for a permanent spot on the Gunners’ first team.
Bellerin helped lead Arsenal to their second consecutive FA Cup victory, as they handily defeated Aston Villa.
The 20-year-old made 20 Premier League appearances for the Gunners and scored two goals in the 2014-15 season.
The Spanish international began his football career at Barcelona on the youth team before transferring to Arsenal in 2011.
The Gunners are hoping to see their defence grow and take advantage of the signing of star goalkeeper Petr Cech, who left Chelsea after 11 seasons.
Bellerin recently got a new squad number, changing from 39 to 24.