Tottenham is close to tying down Son Heung-min to a new big-money contract after his stunning campaign in 2020/2021.
The South Korean formed a deadly attacking partnership with Harry Kane, which helped to fire Tottenham to the final of the Carabao Cup.
He has emerged as one of their key players in recent campaigns and they are now looking to tie down his long-term future to the club.
The Lilywhites have reportedly reached an agreement with him on a new deal worth £200,000-a-week, according to Football Insider.
With clubs across Europe suffering financial losses because of the coronavirus pandemic, Spurs offering him a new deal shows that they have money to burn, according to former Premier League goalkeeper, Paddy Kenny.
Son, who has reportedly told Nuno Espirito Santo that he can’t wait to be a part of his team next season, would be key in helping the Lilywhites achieve great things.
Kenny says the move is a good one and shows the club is moving in the right direction.
“I think it’s good news for Spurs and it shows they getting towards a good place,” he told Football Insider.
“They are in the process of trying to name the stadium, so there will be money coming in from that as well.
“You’ve got to keep Son if you want any hope of keeping Kane. He’s brilliant to watch.
“It proves the finances at the club are good, there’s money in the bank and it’s heading in the right direction.”