The Palermo striker has been linked with several moves recently, but is edging closer to a new deal with Palermo.
The player in question is Palermo forward Paulo Dybala. Palermo president Mauro Zamparini has recently insisted that the talented forward is worth at least £33 million.
Dybala has intimated in the past that he is flattered by interest from Premier League clubs such as Arsenal and Liverpool, but this week he revealed he is is negotiations to stay in Sicily.
He told RaiSport, as reported by TMW:
"With the director and with Zamparini we are talking about renewal, I think it will come to an agreement.
"The president said I'm worth €40 million? I do not think about this, my duty is to take the field."
Now a date for those discussions has been put forward - tomorrow.
TMW report that Palermo will be in discussions with several players over new deals tomorrow. Young goalkeeper Fabrizio Alastra and captain Edgar Barreto - while Samir Ujkani is also set to receive a new deal, should he wish to take it.
They will also finally approach Dybala with a renewal offer until 2019, but would be happy if he only committed to 2018 as long as it meant keeping hold of him for the foreseeable future.
Of course no deal is likely to be decided tomorrow but it looks as though an offer is set to officially go on the table for the Liverpool and Arsenal target.