Danny Rose is reportedly set to become the next player to commit his long-term future to Tottenham Hotspur and will be financially rewarded for doing so.
It’s been a busy few weeks for Spurs, with Eric Dier following Christian Eriksen in signing a new deal on Tuesday as Mauricio Pochettino looks to keep his key pieces in place for many more years to come.
According to The Mirror, Rose is next on the list, as the club want to reward him for his impressive performances while they will also hope to fend off interest from Manchester City.
Given the reported wage increases enjoyed by Dier and Eriksen, it’s highly likely that the England international can expect a similar rise, as Spurs have shown their ambition to keep their top players.
Kyle Walker, Dele Alli, Jan Vertonghen and Erik Lamela are all said to also be in negotiations over new deals, as noted by The Mirror, and so it promises to be an extended busy period for the club to get deals over the line.
Pochettino guided Spurs to a third-place finish in the Premier League last season, although they were firmly in contention for the title for much of the campaign.
In turn, the Argentine tactician will hope to build on that success by keeping the squad intact, while also hoping that summer signings including Moussa Sissoko and Vincent Janssen can add that extra bit of quality to ensure they stay in contention.
With the addition of Champions League football to their fixture list this year, it promises to be a difficult task. However, with players being rewarded with new deals to boost their confidence in a show of faith from the club, Spurs will hope it results in continued success on the pitch.