Chelsea defender, Marcos Alonso is set to sign a contract extension with the club.
Alonso who is currently with the Spain national team ahead of their UEFA Nations League game against England, said he is happy with the club and agreement is underway to put pen to paper.
The left-back has been a key figure in Chelsea and have started the season brightly under Maurizio Sarri and he is hoping to commit himself till 2021 after joining from Fiorentina in the 2016-2017 season.
According to a statement on the clubs official website, Alonso said, “I am very calm and very happy at Chelsea, and the club must also be happy with me because, although I still have two years left on my contract, they have offered me an extension.
“We are talking about it and the talks to renew are already advanced. If everything goes well, I think I will renew before the end of this month – in the coming days.”
Asked about the length of the new deal, Alonso said: “My father takes care of that as he is the one who leads the negotiations. I am 27-years-old, I still have two more years and I am going to extend my contract.
“What concerns me is to play as well as possible to win matches and titles with Chelsea and with the national team. I’m calm with my contract.”
Alonso could start for Luis Enrique in their friendly against Wales on Thursday before their Nations League third game in Seville against England.