Bayern Munich are ready to make Robert Lewandowski their highest paid player in a bid to ward off interest from Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.
The Poland international has become one of the most feared strikers in Europe after hitting 30 Bundesliga goals in just 32 appearances last term.
He already has five in four league games this season and all three English clubs have been linked with mega-money moves for the 28-year-old.
Real Madrid, meanwhile, are also huge admirers of the front man and Paris Saint-Germain have the financial clout to make Bayern a tempting offer.
But the German club do not seem remotely interested in selling the prolific striker and Bild have now reported that they have offered Lewandowski a lucrative extension on his current contract, which is due to run out in 2019.
It has been reported that Bayern want him to put pen to paper on a deal which will run until 2021 and secure him a wage which would eclipse even that of highest earner Thomas Muller, who banks around £12m-a-year.