Danny Rose has caused a certain amount of controversy by claiming in the Sun that he should be getting paid more than the £65,000-a-week he currently earns at Tottenham Hotspur.
Rose also admitted he would be open to a move north in a ranging interview that has left many Spurs fans wanting the club to sell the left-back amid reported interest from Manchester United - according to the Daily Record.
Danny Rose of Tottenham Hotspur.
Due to a strict pay structure at Tottenham, many of their biggest stars earn far less than others in the Premier League - such as Kyle Walker, who the Daily Mail reports is paid £150,000-a-week at Manchester City after moving from North London this summer.
Here are four other players at the club linked with moves away who could double their current earnings if they did leave.
The winner of the PFA young player of the year for the past two seasons earns around £50,000-a-week currently, according to the Telegraph, although his agent is in discussions about increasing that.
Alli's impressive rise to stardom has not gone unnoticed across Europe and Spanish publication Diario Gol claim that Barcelona are seriously considering a move for the 21-year-old.
The same report from the Telegraph also states that Dier earns £70,000-a-week, a figure Manchester United were prepared to double after making a bid for the England international this summer.
Spurs rejected the offer, with the Red Devils signing Nemanja Matic from Chelsea instead to suggest the 23-year-old is staying with the North Londoners for the time being at least.
Another linked with Barca, who are looking to replace Neymar following his world record £200m switch to Paris Saint-Germain, the Express reports the Catalans are preparing an opening £54m bid.
Eriksen signed a £75,000-a-week contract with Tottenham last year, but has made no secret of the fact he would like to play for one of Europe's elite clubs.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino embraces Harry Kane as he leaves the field.
The Daily Mail article says that Kane, along with captain Hugo Lloris, is the joint highest earner at the club with wages of around £110,000-a-week.
That said, the Independent reported in June that Man United were prepared to pay huge sums to lure the striker to Old Trafford and although they have since signed Romelu Lukaku, if Kane continues to score at such an impressive rate other mega-rich sides will surely come calling.