A selection of the latest stories involving Tottenham Hotspur this Friday evening.
The centre-half has also caught the attentions of Queens Park Rangers, who have had a bid of £4 million turned down for the 20-year-old, but it is said it would take an offer at least double that amount.
Pearce is quoted in the Daily Telegraph, saying: "The only way I would accept an offer for our best young players is if it’s sensational and enables me to strengthen the team, so I know at the end of any negotiations I’m stronger than when I started at the offset.
“But the bottom line is we don’t take money for our best young players. The chairman has got enough financial clout to trust my judgment on that. There is no pressure to sell the players."
The young Belgian striker had an impressive loan spell at Everton last season, with the Toffees believed to be interested in signing the player.
Sigurdsson has been linked with a move to former club Swansea City, after it was reported the Swans wanted the Icelandic midfielder on loan as part of a move to take left-back Ben Davies to White Hart Lane.