Tottenham are in advanced talks to agree a mega-money new contract with Son Heung-Min.
The star attacker is set to join Harry Kane and Tanguy Ndombele in the top bracket of Spurs earners following a breakthrough in discussions.
A Tottenham source has told Football Insider that Son, 28, has been offered a five-year deal worth more than £200,000-a-week.
This comes after it was revealed earlier this month that Spurs owner Joe Lewis had given the green light for a mega-money Son contract.
The Londoners are confident it will be tied up in the coming weeks, and ahead of the opening of the January window.
His current deal runs until 2023 but the club hierarchy have agreed to reward him for his outstanding form.
The 2015 signing from Bayer Leverkusen has developed into one of the most feared attackers in the Premier League.
Now in his sixth season at Spurs, Son is playing some of the best football of his career and his outstanding partnership with Harry Kane has led to many tipping the club as potential title challengers.
Going into the international break, the South Korea international had already scored 10 goals and supplied five assists in 13 matches this season.
The 89-times international now faces a wait to discover if he will be forced to sit out Spurs’ Premier League clash against Man City on Saturday after multiple members of the South Korea squad tested positive for Covid-19.
Tottenham are second in the Premier League after eight matches of the campaign.