Bayern Munich will open talks with wingers Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben over new contracts, according to the Daily Mail.
Both players have entered the final year of their current deals, and Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says discussions are under way.
Ribery and Robben have struggled with injury problems in recent seasons, but have rediscovered their form under new boss Carlo Ancelotti.
Rummenigge insists the Bavarian club are determined to hold on to the duo, despite that fact that both are nearing their mid-30s.
‘We will hold talks with them in the not too distant future,’ Rummenigge told FourFourTwo.
‘But there will not be a public announcement when we will hold talks exactly.
‘We will not ring a bell and invite everyone to the Sabener Strasse to hear what we are discussing.
‘There is no doubt about it that Robben is performing at a very high level again.’
Both wingers have rediscovered their form under new manager Carlo Ancelotti.
Ribery, who has struggled with persistent injuries since his arrival in Germany nine years ago, has scored twice in five Bundesliga appearances this term.