It is being reported that Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has had positive talks with chairman Daniel Levy over his future and potential transfer funds.
Rumours have surfaced in recent weeks about the future of Pochettino, which has prompted Tottenham to open negotiations with the Argentine over a new deal that will extend his current £8.5m-per-year contract until 2022.
Spurs remain confident that they will persuade Pochettino to put pen to paper, however they will have to provide him with a significant transfer budget.
According to reports, Pochettino is demanding a budget in the region of £150 million so that he can take the club on to the next level and start winning trophies.
Pochettino has guided Spurs to three consecutive top-three league finishes and is adored by the vast majority of the club fans. It would be a shocking failure for Levy if he manages to lose a manager who has improved the club by so much in such a short period of time.
As long as the club provide Pochettino with the funds he is demanding then it is highly likely that he will sign a contract extension. If they do not, then there could be troubled waters ahead.