Paul Merson predicts outcome of Tottenham vs Everton

Paul Merson predicts outcome of Tottenham vs Everton

Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Heung-Min Son were all rested, although talisman Harry Kane started the game.

Everton sacked Ronald Koeman in October and turned to former England manager Sam Allardyce, who has made them more hard to beat, but the Merseyside club have not won in their last four Premier League games and they were dumped out of the FA Cup by neighbours Liverpool a week ago.

Real Madrid's interest in the Tottenham midfielder is, thus, quite surprising, although Alli could also slot into the midfield trio, although he is not as creative as Toni Kroos and Luka Modric. However, having only joined the club from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015, the South Korean winger is yet to sit down the Tottenham hierarchy to discuss a new deal.

Chairman Daniel Levy is determined to tie down Tottenham's best players ahead of moving into the club's new stadium, which is now under construction. Manager Mauricio Pochettino has, meanwhile, urged fans to not look too much into the situation and exercise patience while the people concerned do their job.

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The 28-year-old is one of a number of players being offered new deals, with two new names emerging this morning. Messi! If something happens [on Alderweireld], the club is going to communicate.

The new deal would see him pocket £100,000 per week, which would almost double his current wages and make him among the highest paid players at Tottenham. Players have signed contracts. Manuel Pochettino has alot of attacking talent at his disposal in Son, Alli, Erickson, the fit again Eric Lamela and the aforementioned Kane. And then it's different contexts, different reasons. He needs one goal to equal Teddy Sheringham's club record of 97 in the Premier League.

There has been an impressive roster of players to have fallen from Tottenham's academy conveyor belt in recent years.

But chairman Daniel Levy is aware his wages are well below his market value and are ready offer new terms at £100,000-per-week. "It is important the fans trust in Daniel".