The report says that the defender is agreeing to new conditions under which he will be paid for the games played, rather than a fixed salary.
The center-back signed a new contract last year until the summer of 2024, when he turns 37. The footballer himself recently met with the president of the club, Joan Laporte, and his contract became the subject of discussion, with both parties open to the process of revising the terms of the contract.
Barça's financial plight has been well analyzed and is looking to cut costs substantially by focusing more on player utility rather than guaranteed paycheck bonuses.
Piquet has been a regular in the main squad for the past decade and looks set to end his professional career at the club.