Alex Sandro is set to sign a new deal at Juventus and remain in Italy for a further four seasons.
According to Goal, the Brazilian full-back is closing in on a new contract that will extend his stay in Serie A until at least 2023.
This news comes as a disappointment to Manchester United fans, as the Red Devils were rumoured to be interested in signing the 27-year-old.
Jose Mourinho and Ed Woodward will now be forced to look elsewhere for reinforcements, with previous reports suggesting Sandro had already agreed personal terms with the Premier League club.
However, that is not the case and Sandro is expected to announce his Juventus extension in the coming days.
It comes as no huge surprise that the Brazilian wants to stay at Juventus, having already won winning three Scudettos and three Coppa Italias.
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As well as these six trophies, hes also bagged nine goals and 11 assists since joining from Porto in 2015.
And even more recently, Sandro has reclaimed his spot in the Brazilian national team having missed out on the World Cup, playing in three games and even scoring against Saudi Arabia.
Juventus next game is against Inter Milan on Friday, a fixture which Sandro could feature in.