Levy’s priority: saga continues as midfield maestro snubs Spurs offer

According to reports from London Evening Standard, Christian Eriksen has snubbed a contract offer from Tottenham Hotspur.

The Danish international has become a key part of the Spurs starting Xi since signing from Ajax in summer 2013, going on to bag 23 goals and 23 assists in 94 Premier League appearances.

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Spurs have reportedly been trying to tie the attacking midfielder down to an improved contract for over a year, with his current terms due to expire in summer 2018.

In fact, London Evening Standard claim extending Eriksen’s current deal has become a top priority for chairman Daniel Levy.

But according to the capital-based publication, the 24-year-old has just rejected a contract offer from the north London club over the issue of wages.

He’s seeking parity with Tottenham’s top earners such as goalkeeper and captain Hugo Lloris, who takes home around £80k per week.

However, the playmaking midfielder is still interested in agreeing a new deal and talks between his representatives and the club are expected to continue.