Tottenham plan talks with Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-min


Tottenham plan talks with Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-min

Domestically it's been a disappointing season for Tottenham Hotspur so far and they now find themselves fifth in the Premier League - three points adrift from the top four and incredibly 21 away from runaway-leaders Manchester City.

Tottenham are looking to tie Heung-min Son and Christian Eriksen down to new contracts, with fresh deals also being considered for Harry Kane and Dele Alli, according to the Mirror.

"Tottenham are a big club, they are in the top four or five clubs in this country so I would think he's quite happy".

Personally I think Everton need to get Bolasie into the side, he showed glimpses of the form that led to his £25million pound move from Crystal Palace and he could be the key man for Everton moving forward.

Tottenham are unbeaten in 10 league meetings (W5, D5).

Tottenham Hotspur's English midfielder Dele Alli reacts as West Ham United's Spanish goalkeeper Adrian claims the ball to end a Tottenham attack during the English Premier League
Tottenham plan talks with Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-min

Probably the best game of Saturday's fixture list in the Barclays Premier League will see a red hot Tottenham Hotspur team play host to Everton at Wembley Stadium. The North London club has already held informal discussions with the 21-year-old, and formal talks should begin soon.

If the clock is ticking on his Spurs future, then it is also ticking on his time in the Premier League. He scores goals, he is young enough to have a bright future, he is ambitious and, crucially, many of Real's rivals have obstacles to overcome in order to sign him. It's not only to say the club needs to do this and this.

Sam Allardyce's side are winless in five matches and have lost three games in a row in all competitions. In truth, Allardyce's last two games have come against tough opposition in Manchester United and Liverpool but they desperately need to start picking up points if they are to avoid slipping down the league.

Everton have mustered only four shots on target in as many games, six less than any other side in the top flight.

It's noted that Eriksen earns £70,000-a-week on the deal he signed last season, and is in line for another pay upgrade as Spurs pursue another new contract for the playmaker.