By Deputy Editor Harvey Byrne
Dele Alli agreed new terms at Tottenham on Monday afternoon and three more senior players are set to follow, according to a report.
The Mirror have claimed that Danny Rose, Kyle Walker and Jan Vertonghen are ready to be announced with new deals shortly after Alli signed a new deal taking him up to 2022.
The north London club are keen to keep their side together and they have also extended the contracts of midfield duo Eric Dier and Christian Eriksen in recent times.
Vertonghen has two years on his current deal, while Walker and Rose still have three years left on their contracts at the club.
The defensive trio are key figures of Spurs’ back four and only a hamstring injury picked up on international duty has kept Rose out of the squad in the new campaign.
The trio were integral to Spurs’ strong third place finish in the Premier League last season, which saw Mauricio Pochettino’s side concede just 35 goals in their 38 matches.
The north London club are looking to improve on their third place finish in the new Premier League campaign, while also remaining competitive against Europe’s elite in the Champions League.
In other Tottenham team news, Vertonghen believes he had a good match for Spurs as he was asked to play left-back against Sunderland.