Tottenham star men face a reduction in wages should they fail to steer the club to the UEFA Champions League next season.
According to Sportsmail, Chairman Daniel Levy introduced an incentivized pay structure that rewards the squad for success but also protects Spurs financially in the event of missing out on the Champions League.
Spurs have started the season in a slow fashion and the loss against Brighton and Hove Albion over the weekend leave them in ninth place in the Premier League this coming after recording three wins and a draw after eight games.
Top Four challenge
With Chelsea, Arsenal and Leicester all looking capable of sustaining a top-four challenge, Spurs’ four consecutive seasons stay in the Champions League appears to be under serious threat.
The recent happenings to have cast doubt over the future of manager Mauricio Pochettino’s who is now being linked with a move to Manchester United and Real Madrid.
The news comes at a time when the club confirmed that goalkeeper Hugo Lloris will not be available this year after dislocating his elbow in the weekend loss.
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