Tottenham Hotspurs are willing to offer wantaway midfielder Christian Eriksen a new deal in order to convince him to stay at White Hart Lane.
The Danish midfielder had been linked with a move to Manchester United hours to the closure of the summer window with another link being that of Real Madrid who was said to be interested in his services.
Atletico Madrid has been touted as his latest destination but Spurs feel that a new deal might convince the former Ajax man to stay with them.
Spurs is said to be willing to more than double Eriksen wages to secure their playmaker's long-term future but there are concerns that even that may not be enough to persuade the Denmark star to sign a new deal after he made it clear that money won't be the only consideration when it comes to making his decision.
It leaves Spurs in a worrying predicament given Eriksen-worth at least £100million-can leave for nothing next summer.
Sources indicate that even if he was willing to sign fresh terms he would look to insert a clause that would allow him to join certain clubs for a fixed price.
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