Roma star Cengiz Under signed a new contract deal which will keep him at the club until 2023.
The four-year deal has been officially announced but the financial details have yet to be disclosed.
Sources close to Under have revealed to Turkish-Football that the deal is worth €2.5m per-season – a significant increase on his previous salary which was €1m per-season.
Under will earn an additional €300,000 each season.
The Turkey international would be paid €2.8m over the 2020-21 campaign, €3.1m for the 2021-22 season and €3.4m in his final year – should he stay.
Additionally, the new deal does not include a release clause option.
Under has received widespread interest from across Europe this summer but he will stay at Roma this term.
The 22-year-old joined Roma on a €13m [Transfermarkt] move from Basaksehir in July 2017.
The young winger quickly established himself as a first-team star for the Giallorossi and has now scored 14 goals and provided 13 assists in 65 appearances.