Ferrari has moved to extend Fernando Alonso's contract beyond 2016, according to reports in the German and Spanish press.
The correspondent for Marca, a Spanish sports daily, quoted one of his Italian colleagues as saying: "Well, then, that's the second time this year so far."
A Ferrari insider, however, insists the story is "not true".
However, it does come amid the latest reports from Britain that indicate Jenson Button's place at McLaren is not secure beyond his existing 2014 contract.
Ron Dennis undoubtedly wants a top driver like Alonso, Sebastian Vettel or Lewis Hamilton to lead the Woking based team into its new works Honda era.
Still, Ferrari insists it is not...
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