Tottenham winger Andros Townsend is set to be offered a new deal at Spurs following his England performance helping the “Three Lions” to beat Montenegro 4-1 in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley.
At the moment the 22-year-old is only paid £10,000 per week, but is involved in talks that will see his annual salary rise to around £2 million.
The Spurs player was easily man-of-the-match for England on Friday night scoring one goal, and setting up another for Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney, and is now certain to feature in England’s must win match against Poland on Tuesday with a win guaranteeing them a place in next summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
The young Spurs player has proved himself as an outstanding replacement for the injured Aaron Lennon with his electric pace and the ability to take defenders on a real plus for Spurs, and now for the national team as well.
By offering him a new deal Spurs will also extend his contract in the hope of keeping their emerging talent at White Hart Lane.