Tottenham are reportedly offering Christian Eriksen much more than double his current salary in an attempt to keep him at the club.
Real Madrid and Barcelona are among the clubs to have been linked with the Danish midfielder, who has a year of his Spurs contract remaining.
The Daily Mail say Eriksen earns in the region of £80,000 a week, that Spurs have already offered to double that and are now set to offer him as much as £200,000 a week.
The newspaper adds that Eriksen’s representatives have made it clear that a decision on his future will not be based on Monday.
That calls into question whether Eriksen will accept any offer from Spurs, who face the prospect of losing him on a free transfer when his contract expires next year unless he is sold or signs a new deal before then.
Reports in Spain have suggested that the 27-year-old is on Real and Barcelona’s radar but is not among their first-choice signings.
Meanwhile, the Mail also reports that Fernando Llorente has been offered a one-year deal to stay at Tottenham.
The out-of-contract striker, 34, has been widely tipped to move on this summer but Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is apparently keen for him to stay.