Valencia will reportedly agree a new €100m release clause in a new contract for striker Simone Zaza.
The 26-year-old arrived at Los Che in July and signed a deal until 2021, but his form and goal scoring exploits have seen him gain plentiful interest from a whole host of European sides.
Scoring 10 goals in 15 games, Zaza has formed a prolific partnership with Spanish international Rodrigo in a Valencia side which has pushed league leaders Barcelona and remained unbeaten in the league until early December.
Valencia based media SuperDeporte claim that the Mestalla based club will now look to hold down the Italian striker and improve his current deak.
Zaza and has partner have struggled in recent times to settle, having spent time with English club West Ham United, where they disliked London, whilst spells in his home nation have also been indifferent.
However, they have reportedly both settled in Valencia and are keen to stay, helping Los Che’s plans to agree a new deal.
Having lost their last two La Liga games to Eibar and Villarreal, Valencia will be looking to bounce back when they Las Palmas in the Copa del Rey on 3rd of January and Catalan minnows Girona in the league on Saturday 6th.