Report: Tottenham respond to Liverpool and Manchester City interest in Josh Onomah

Tottenham have reportedly offered Josh Onomah a new contract.

Tottenham Hotspur have offered youngster Josh Onomah a new deal, report The Sun.

Onomah, 18, is said to be contemplating a four-year offer from the club, with just one year left on his current contract.

The Sun reported 24 hours earlier that Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea are all keen to sign Onomah, rated as one of the best young talents in England.

Losing him would be a major blow to Tottenham, and the club will be aiming to get his future sorted out as quickly as possible.

A big talent

Onomah captained Tottenham's FA Youth Cup side last season, which reached the semi-finals, and is already a regular at under-21 level.

The attacking midfielder made his first team debut in 2014/15, coming off the bench in a FA Cup replay win over Burnley, showing just how highly rated he is by current boss Mauricio Pochettino.

Onomah appears to be enjoying him time at Spurs, telling the Tottenham Journal earlier this year his delight at working under coaches Ledley King and Ugo Ehioghu.

The teenager was linked a fortnight ago by the Birmingham Mail with a loan move to Tim Sherwood's Aston Villa.

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