Spurs believe that Eriksen will accept a new deal that doubles his money, according to Goal.
Talks between the Dane and Spurs’ hiererachy have been on and off for a year now, but the north Londoners are ready to double his £75,000-per-week salary.
This will frustrate Real Madrid, who were hoping to pick up Eriksen for a cut price this summer.
Real have signed Luka Modric and Gareth Bale from Spurs in the past.
However, despite their historic success in the Champions League (reaching the semi-final in dramatic fashion last week), Spurs are yet to gaurantee their place in Europe’s elite compeition next season.
Qualification may be the final deal-breaker in their hopes of Eriksen extending.
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