Tottenham Hotspur face losing three of their key players next summer with the trio currently able to walk away from the club for free.
Christian Eriksen’s situation in North London has been well documented with the Dane revealing days after the Champions League final of his desire to leave the club to seek a new challenge whilst also admitting he would welcome contact from Real Madrid (Ekstra Bladet).
The January transfer window will allow Madrid the opportunity to begin talks with the 27-year-old over a pre-contract agreement which would see him move to La Liga as a free agent at the end of the current campaign.
The Mail claim that Tottenham have not given up hope of persuading the playmaker to sign a new contract and are prepared to offer him a bumper £230,000-a-week to persuade him to stay.
If Eriksen were to put pen to paper it would make him one of the club’s highest paid players and represent a significant increase on his current £75,000-a-week salary (Express).
The Mirror have previously reported that Eriksen has refused to sign a new deal and would be able to command a more lucrative signing-on fee at his next club considering there would be no transfer fee if he leaves Spurs at the end of his contract.
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