Tottenham have been keen to tie down their best players over recent months, with the likes of Eriksen, Dele Alli, Danny Rose, Eric Dier and Kyle Walker all signing new deals since the start of the season.
Erik Lamela and Jan Vertonghen are close to following suit.
One is the talismanic, homegrown goal hero, the other is the captain and thoughtful dressing-room leader. Lloris has less than three years left on his current deal, Kane has three and a half.
Lloris has established himself as a key part of the team since arriving at White Hart Lane in 2012, while Kane won the Premier League Golden Boot last season as he showcased his ability to be the leading striker in the England top flight. Theo Walcott earns £140,000 a week at Arsenal.
With Leicester's Jamie Vardy pocketing £100,000-per-week, Kane believes that his status as the Premier League's Golden Boot victor should be enough to see him collect more than his worldwide colleague.
Tottenham wanted to open talks at a rate below the £90,000-a-week paid to Lloris and Moussa Sissoko, who was signed from Newcastle in August for a club-record fee of £30m and has barely made an impression on Mauricio Pochettino's team.
La Liga giants Real Madrid, who have previously poached Gareth Bale and Luka Modric from Spurs in the past, have been priced at 4/1 to land Kane.
A report in The Sun on Monday claimed Spurs and Kane had agreed to put talks over a new contract on hold, despite growing interest from Manchester United as well as Manchester City and Chelsea. I'm the one that's going to score you goals, which is going to win you games, and therefore I should be paid the most at this club.
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