Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos will be offered a new one-year deal that will keep him at the Bernabeu until 2022.
The 34-year-old is yet to sit down with the club officials on a new deal and with his current set to expire in 2021.
According to AS, the player is confident that the club will offer him a new deal when proper football resumes with the talks having been put on hold due to the coronavirus that had forced the league to be suspended.
There have been no suggestions that the player might consider other new challenges with Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane not willing to lose his leadership skills where he has continued to thrive in central defence.
The club, however, believes that their captain can feature for one more season to guide Eder Militao who has been billed as the long term successor for Ramos.
Ramos has been an influential figure for Los Blancos since he arrived from Sevilla in 2005, going on to make 640 appearances for the club as he has established himself as a pillar of the defence while also scoring an impressive 91 goals and providing 38 assists.
In that time, he has helped the club to four La Liga titles, four Champions League trophies and countless other domestic, European and international honours.