More Tottenham player contract news incoming


Contract announcements for two key Tottenham Hotspur players are set to follow after Harry Kane committed his long-term future to the club with a new six-year contract.

According to the Daily Mirror, midfielders Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen are both to get improved contracts. Deals are said to also be in the pipeline for Hugo Lloris, Jan Vertonghen and Heung-Min Son.

Kane’s new contract is said to have doubled his money, having been previously on £100,000 a week with the news having even more significance as it means that Daniel Levy has finally increased the club’s strict wage cap.

Eriksen and Dele set for new deals at Tottenham

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino sought assurances from Levy about his vision for the club in order to take us to the next level and thankfully both saw the same picture which has led to Poch also committing his future to the club with a five year deal for himself and his coaching staff.

Dele is said to have already held talks with the club over a new deal and currently earns around £60,000-a-week on the six-year contract he signed in September 2016.   He can expect to earn £100,000 a week if he recommits himself to Spurs.

Meanwhile, Eriksen’s current contract is set to expire in 2021 and earns around £70,000 a week on his current agreement. The Dane will also substantially improve his earnings with a new deal.

Daniel Levy remains determined to fight to keep all of Tottenham’s best players ahead of moving into the club’s new stadium.   We can all hope that this also extends to Toby Alderweireld.

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  1. If the rumour mill (no doubt fueled by his agent) is correct. Toby wants far more than either Dele or Christian are about to be offered, plus a contract that will be too long. Unless there is some give on his side, then I doubt we will see him in Spurs shirt next season. Unless there is a compromise?


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