Chelsea are set to offer Ramires a new contract, according to the Metro.
The Brazil international moved to Stamford Bridge from Benfica in the summer of 2010, and has since racked up two hundred and thirty-two appearances in all competitions, scoring thirty-five goals.
Juventus had been linked with a move for the twenty-eight year old in the summer, though the Blues rejected their advances.
The twenty-eight year old is now ready to commit his future to Jose Mourinho’s side, with an improved £70,000 per week four year deal in the offing.
Ramires has been capped fifty-two times for his country, scoring four times and featured in the squads for both the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa and the 2014 tournament in his native Brazil.
Chelsea suffered a shock home defeat to Southampton last time out to leave them ten points behind leaders Manchester City after just eight games.