Spurs are set to offer Mauricio Pochettino a new deal to help ensure he leads the club into their £850million, 61,000-seat stadium.
Pochettino has still got three years of his contract left, but the club’s top brass are keen to reward his progress at White Hart Lane.
Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain — where he had a spell as a player — are keen on the Argentinian, who has established himself as one of the best young managers in Europe.
Pochettino signed a five-year deal in 2016 and Tottenham are under no pressure to begin negotiations on a new one.
But they are willing to hand him a fresh deal if he snubs the growing interest from Spain and France.
Chairman Daniel Levy has already made it clear he wants the 46-year-old to stay for the long term and oversee the move into their new stadium later this year.
Madrid’s interest has been a concern, but Tottenham are confident he will remain in charge and signing a new contract would be a clear sign of that.
After that first leg, who will go through?
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