Dier, Alli and Rose set to be offered fresh Tottenham contracts
Alli and Dier pictured together (photo: Mirror)

Dier, Alli and Rose set to be offered fresh Tottenham contracts

Spurs are keen to tie down three of their best players.

Oliver Emmerson

Tottenham Hotspur are set to tie three of their English stars down to new contracts in the coming months, as Mauricio Pochettino looks to secure the future of his exciting team.

Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Danny Rose’s agents are all readied for negotiations regarding in negotiations for new deals, report the London Evening Standard, as Spurs look to reward their star players with better contracts after some stellar progression in the last two years.

Poch wants English stars' futures secured

Since taking over from Tim Sherwood, Pochettino has transferred Spurs into real contenders at the top of English football, the Lilywhites challenging for the title last season before eventually finishing third.

Dier has played a huge part of this as the holding midfielder in Pochettino’s team, and has been heralded as a future England captain, such is his stature on the field.

Rose has also nailed down a consistent place in the starting XI, with the 26-year-old ready to pen a new deal after speaking of his desire to remain at Spurs until the end of his career earlier this week.

Despite the obvious boost that will be given by Rose and Dier signing on, it’s Dele Alli’s expected renewal that will make the most headlines. Alli burst onto the scene as one of European football’s most exciting prospects with a fantastic debut season for Tottenham last year, and Spurs will look to fend off interest from the likes of Real Madrid with this new contract.

Eriksen the latest to put pen to paper

Spurs have already been active in this area, with Christian Eriksen signing a new four-year-deal within the last week. Harry Kane, too, is thought to be in discussions regarding his contract, despite not having scored in the opening three games of the season.

It’s all welcome news for the fans as Tottenham remain unbeaten at the start of the Premier League season, and prepare for their Champions League opener against AS Monaco next week.