Eric Dier holds talks with Daniel Levy after being frozen out at Spurs with Saudi transfer window to slam shut | The Sun

ERIC DIER has reportedly held talks with Daniel Levy over his future at Tottenham amid speculation around a move to Saudi Arabia.

Dier has been frozen out at Spurs under Ange Postecoglou and is yet to be featured in a matchday squad this season.

And according to The Telegraph, the 29-year-old sat down with Tottenham chairman Levy last week for a “frank” conversation.

The details of the chat have been kept private, but it is said the meeting was amicable.

Dier has been with Spurs for nine years and has always been a key member of their team during that time.

But things have changed under Postecoglou’s regime and it would appear he is no longer part of the North London club’s plans.


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The Englishman has been linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League this summer, but a move will have to be tied up quickly with the deadline rapidly approaching.

The Saudi window shuts at 10pm UK time on Thursday which could make an exit from Spurs difficult.

But last season’s eighth-place finishers may want to get a deal sorted as Dier is hurtling towards the end of his current contract.

The centre-back’s terms are set to expire in the summer after he penned his last deal back in 2020.

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Dier isn’t the only Tottenham player seemingly frozen out of the first team equation either.

Former captain Hugo Lloris has also been away from the match day squads at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and is understood to have also spoken with Levy about his future.

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