Tottenham are lining up contract talks with key first-team players Christian Eriksen and Heung-Min Son, according to a report.
The Mirror claims the club have earmarked the duo for contract extensions, with Harry Kane and Delle Alli both seen as priorities.
Eriksen signed a contract extension in September 2016, that will keep him at Spurs until 2020.
Son is also contracted with the north London club until 2020.
And now the Spurs hierarchy have decided that they see the pair as an essential part of their long term plans.
Football Insider verdict:
The next round of contract extensions are going to be very telling for Tottenham’s and Mauricio Pochettino’s long-term plans. Harry Kane, Delle Alli, Christian Eriksen and, to a lesser extent, Heung-Min Son are all key parts of the Tottenham first-team fabric, but there has been lots of talk of under-market value pay at Tottenham, and this season, Champions League excepting, hasn’t been a massive success. Kane has already come out and said he wants to win trophies and getting him to sign, along with Eriksen and Alli could be tough. If they all sign, it would put an end to the huge speculation that’s surrounding Tottenham’s star players.
In other Tottenham news, Daniel Levy has detailed Spurs’ transfer strategy and made an admission about the January window.