Morgan De Sanctis will reportedly put pen to paper on a two-year contract extension at Napoli, ending months of talks.
The goalkeeper has been reported as in talks with the Partenopei over extending his deal since the closing months of last season.
Terms are understood to now be close to finalisation, with De Sanctis set to receive an extra two years on his contract that was set to otherwise expire next June.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that the only issue that needs ironing out before the 35-year-old signs surrounds the second year, and whether or not its activation will be tied to a specific performance-related clause.
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