Spurs have hit a snag in negotiations over a new deal for midfielder Christian Eriksen, whose contract with the north London club is set to expire in just under two years time.
This is according to the Daily Mail, who note that the Mauricio Pochettino’s side are keen to tie the Dane down to a new deal with the club, and that negotiations have been taking place for the last six months.
The report also states that the former Ajax man wants to be on similar ground with teammates Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris with his new deal, something that may be worth doing considering the fact that Real Madrid and Barcelona are both reportedly interest in the midfielder as per the same report from the Mail.
Spurs should surely be giving Eriksen whatever he wants to extend his stay with the club, as the Danish international has been an absolutely pivotal part of the club’s successes in recent years.
The 26-year-old has managed to score 56 and assist 69 goals since his arrival at the club in 2013, a fantastic record for a midfielder.
Goals and assists aside, Eriksen’s overall play has also proved to play a key role in Tottenham’s side, with his link-up with fellow stars Dele Alli, Kane and Heung-Min Son often getting Spurs fans off their seats.
Spurs definitely should be offering Eriksen what he wants, as losing him in the near future could do their side more harm than good this season.