Tottenham are increasingly confident of tying down more key players to new deals before matters get too late in the summer.
Only days after the season ended, Daniel Levy moved quickly to secure new contracts for the likes of Kyle Walker-Peters, Davinson Sanchez, Harry Winks and most important of all, Mauricio Pochettino.
Based on a report by ESPN, Spurs are making efforts over agreeing a new contract with key midfielder Christian Eriksen and the club is ‘confident’ that the deal will be completed.
Negotiations over a new contract for the 26-year-old – an earner of £75,000-a-week wages – have been going on for a while with Tottenham interested in securing his long-term commitment ahead of next season.
Rumours coming from Spain have claimed that the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona are tracking Eriksen’s situation at Tottenham and are ready to make an offer for him this summer.
The Denmark international still has two years left on his current deal but Daniel Levy has been put under pressure to hand him a pay rise before other big clubs come knocking on his door.