Vidal in high demand around Europe as Juve hope he commits future.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal is reportedly set to be offered a new deal by the club in a bid to ward off interested parties, according to Italian newspaper La Stampa.
The Chilean international has been linked with a move away from Turin all season, with potential destinations including the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid.
However, he has also been subject to speculated interest from a trio of Premier League clubs, with Chelsea and both Manchester United and City paying close attention, but it appears Juve are not interested in selling.
The 26-year-old is a key figure for the Bianconeri, and has helped them to back-to-back league titles as well as an impressive run in the Champions League this season.
Along with Andrea Pirlo and Claudio Marchisio, they have been lauded as being one of the best midfield trios in Europe, and as a result the club will be hopeful of not seeing them broken up this summer.
La Stampa have reported that they will offer him a new improved deal in a bid to get him to commit his future to Turin, with suggestions that the new deal would run until 2018 with a wage increase from €2.7m per season to €4m, as reported by football-italia.net.
It is unclear at this stage as to whether there is an actual offer in place, or whether the player would be interested in extending his stay with the Italian champions. However, what is clear is that Juventus are adamant that he will not leave this summer.