Stoke City are in talks with Jack Butland over a new £50,000 per week contract, according to the Mirror.
The England international has three years remaining on his current deal, though the Potters are keen to retain his services amid interest from Manchester United.
The twenty-two year old has been one of the stand-out keepers in the Premier League so far this season and is set to be offered a double-your-money deal.
He moved to the Britannia Stadium in January 2013 but spent much of the following eighteen months out on loan.
He became Stoke’s first choice shot-stopper after Asmir Begovic was sold to Chelsea last summer and has played every minute of the Premier League campaign so far, keeping ten clean sheets.
The former Birmingham City man has been capped three times by his country and was part of the squad that attended the 2012 European Championships.