Tottenham Hotspur will fancy themselves as outside challengers for the Premier League title this season having enjoyed a reach vein of form recently.
The Lilywhites failed to bring in any players during the summer transfer window, which could cause them problems if they were to suffer a number of injuries. Although, it appears as if they’re focused on securing a player agreement, as according to Sun Sport, Tottenham have reopened contract talks with Christian Eriksen.
Spurs will reopen contract talks with Christian Eriksen after the Dane admitted he is happy at the club.
Negotiations with the midfielder’s representatives were put on hold after stalling in the summer.
But, it’s understood that the club are now ready to sit down and negotiate further, with Euro rivals Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid monitoring the situation.
The North London club already have Dele Alli’s new deal pretty much in the bag, so Christian Eriksen will now be the main aim for Daniel Levy.
Christian Eriksen has been one of the standout performers for Spurs since he made the move to the English capital, so it’s about time he secured a new deal at the club.
Indeed, supporters will be delighted that things are heading in the right direction after a break down in communications before, with the attacking midfielder now happy at the club.