Alderweireld is now contracted at Spurs until the summer of 2019, which could be extend to 2020 due to a one-year extension option.
Alderweireld, a 28-year-old Belgian global, has been on the books of Spurs since making the move to London from Atletico Madrid in 2015.
The Belgian worldwide, who has only just returned to action from a long-term hamstring injury, has been.
With summer signing Davinson Sánchez having flourished since filling in for the injured Alderweireld, he may well have to work hard to fight his way back into the first team.More news: Gmail Go is the latest member of Google's Go app family
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There has been growing speculation suggesting that Alderweireld was unhappy at being left out of the recent wins over Arsenal and Juventus despite returning to action earlier this month.
Interest from other clubs is also born from the ongoing contract stand-off between the club and Alderweireld, with the defender said to be demanding a huge new wage of around £150,000-a-week, a sum which would smash the current wage structure at the north London club.
Alderweireld, 28, is in a odd situation given that Spurs haven't been able to strike a deal to boost his £50,000-a-week wages, and with other clubs lining up to sign him - especially as a £25million release clause can be activated in 2019 - it's claimed that Tottenham may be open to selling the defender this summer.