Franck Ribery will remain at Bayern Munich according to the club's chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
The German club, who clinched the Bundesliga title on Saturday, are set to open talks with the France international about extending his stay at the Allianz Arena.
Ribery, who has one year left to run on his current contract, has been heavily linked with a move to Spain or England since last summer but Bayern are desperate to keep hold of their prized asset as they look to build on an impressive campaign.
Not only have the German giants landed their 22nd domestic crown, but Louis van Gaal's side will also contest the UEFA Champions League final against Inter Milan after knocking out holders Barcelona in the last round.
And van Gaal has been assured by his chairman that the 27-year-old will remain part of his first-team plans next season.
"I would stick my neck out and say that Ribery will not only be playing for Bayern Munich next year, but also beyond," Rummenigge told Sport1 television.
"I am quite optimistic. We have good chances as we head into negotiations."
Ribery, who has scored six goals in an injury-hit campaign, is suspended for Bayern's Champions League final clash against Inter after seeing red in the first-leg tie against Lyon.