Spurs will offer goalkeeper Hugo Lloris a new deal with improved terms in order to fend off interest from Paris St Germain, according to the Sunday People.
The 27-year-old French international has excelled between the sticks for Spurs this term, despite the club's disappointing campaign.
Lloris' form has prompted interest from reigning Ligue 1 champions PSG, who are believed to be keen on bringing the French captain to the Parc de Princes this summer.
However Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is set to offer the former Olympique Lyon gloveman an improved and extended contract in order to keep him at White Hart Lane beyond the summer.
The Nice-born keeper has missed just one Premier League fixture for Spurs this term.