Arjen Robben is set to prolong his Bayern Munich contract until 2017, according to reports in the Dutch media.
The former Real Madrid player has 18 months remaining on his current deal, and both he and Bayern have expressed a desire to extend it.
Netherlands international Robben, 30, is set to put pen to paper on a fresh deal that will keep him in Munich until 2017, Dutch football magazine Voetbal International reported on Wednesday.
The magazine said Robben's father and agent, Hans, was set to hold talks with Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and president Uli Hoeness in the next few weeks -- and it predicted the negotiations would "not take longer than 10 minutes."
Last month, Robben, who scored the last-minute winner in the 2013 Champions League final, said he could see himself ending his career at Bayern, saying: "Why not? I feel great here. Let's see."
Robben joined Bayern from Real in 2009, and has so far has played 92 Bundesliga games, scoring 52 goals and setting up a further 34.
His signature on a new deal would mean all Bayern's key players, with the exception of Toni Kroos, are contracted until 2016 or beyond.