Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has signed a new contract that keeps him with the Italian champions until the summer of 2022.
Juve announced that Dybala, last season's top scorer with 23 goals, had put pen to paper on a new deal in a week in which his double strike had helped them to a 3-0 Champions League win over Barcelona.
The Argentina international had said he expected to sign a new contract soon, despite speculation linking him with Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Dybala had been in talks with Juve over an extension to his current deal - which expires in 2020 - since December.
He told Spanish TV channel Mega: "I'm very happy at Juventus and I'm very close to signing a new contract.