The Serbian is expected to sign a bumper new deal with only 12-months remaining on his contract.
Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic is expected to sign a new contract within the coming weeks.
The Metro claim that the Serbian international will be offered the contract in an attempt to ward off interest from a resurgent AC Milan, whilst GiveMeSport claim that reports emerging from Serbia state a deal has already been struck between player and club.
The 31-year-old is a crucial part of United’s defence, particularly with the expected decline in involvement from a now 34-year-old Rio Ferdinand.
Injury problems mean that Vidic has only participated in 25 league appearances over the last two seasons, but new boss David Moyes will be hoping that those problems are behind now behind him.
“I’m just trying to perform as best I can and we’ll see where I am and what the plans are,” Vidic recently said.
“I’m not worried. I never like to make promises about how many games I could play, but I feel good.”
The Metro also claim that the deal would keep him at Old Trafford until the end of the 2016 season and gift the defender an enormous £2m as a signing on bonus.