Destiny Udogie is on the verge of signing a new long-term contract with Tottenham Hotspur, but who will follow suit and commit their future to the Ange Postecoglou era?The 21-year-old Italian has signed a new contract with Spurs, reportedly for six years with an option for a further year, amid his good form after making the move to the Premier League look easy following his arrival on loan at Udinese after one season.
Udogie has also become a full-fledged Italy international this season and scored his first goal for Spurs in the 4-1 win against Newcastle on Sunday. So who else is heading towards the stage where a decision has to be made whether or not to get a new contract, especially now that Tottenham have found themselves in some difficult moments with recent situations such as Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris and Eric Dier the last ? two who are currently both seeing out the remainder of the final year of their deals? Here are seven players we think will be on Spurs and Postecoglou’s radar and will have to make a decision either way. Pape Matar SarrLike Udogie, this one is a no-brainer as the 21-year-old has shown under Postecoglou that he is a Premier League star in the making. Sarr’s contract ends in just two and a half years, having already signed him in 2021 before returning to Metz on a season-long loan.The midfielder has had a huge impact on the club and the Premier League this season and this deal is expected to follow Udogie’s contract quite quickly, as it’s easy to lock down a player with so much potential and keep it for Jumps and jumps should be rewarded. He did it this season. Son Heung-minHe may be 31 now, but the Tottenham captain is still there when the club needs him and Postecoglou admitted this week that he intends to build his team around the South Korean star in the years to come.Son’s contract ends in just 18 months – although Spurs have the option to extend it for another year – and he and Sarr are both represented by CAA Base, who have a strong presence at Spurs, not least because that they are both Postecoglou and Pedro Porro. are represented. James Maddison, Richarlison and a host of the most talented players from the north London club’s academy. Son continues to score loads of goals, he has already scored ten Premier League goals in sixteen games this season, and you don’t even realize how much appeal the striker has around the world and what this has to do for the club.Tottenham cannot risk their star player coming close to the end of his contract like they did with Harry Kane this year and as he seems happy in N17, a deal will surely be reached.Giovani Lo Celso These are a few months in which everything is going well for the Argentine. He was given a second chance under Postecoglou and he has received plenty of playing time in recent weeks due to the absence of James Maddison.However, the Spurs manager and the player will have to make a decision next summer as Lo Celso only has 18 months left on his contract. The Argentina international was a player the club tried to offload in recent years, but Postecoglou reinstated him in the squad. However, it remains to be seen whether Tottenham will offer him another deal and risk one of their most expensive signings falling out of favor again and remaining on the books on a high salary. Tanguy Ndombele finds himself in a similar situation, but there is no chance of the Frenchman getting a new contract. With Lo Celso at least he plays a role for the club and Spurs could get a fair amount of compensation if they decide to part ways with the club. Argentine.Ben Davis The Welshman will turn ten years at Tottenham next summer, reaching the final year of his current contract. There have been few better players for the club in that time and while he may not be first choice when everyone is fit, there is a reason why every Spurs manager over the last decade has given him plenty of game time and He recognized him as a valuable member of the team he saw. . Davies gives his all to the cause in whatever role he is asked to play and, despite a few slip-ups, has been one of the club’s most consistent performers despite coming in and out of the team in different positions.Now in his 30s, Davies will likely have to decide whether to continue his career at Tottenham or move elsewhere to be first choice. The problem he may face is that the arrival of new central defenders in the next two transfer windows will reduce the chances of him playing in that position. He is not particularly suited to playing the number 10 role expected of Postecoglou full-backs.