It's been an immensely disappointing few days for Tottenham Hotspur. On Saturday they played in their first ever UEFA Champions League final against Premier League rivals Liverpool in Madrid, where they went down to a 2-0 defeat.
Mauricio Pochettino's men were marginally better than their opponents in a poor game in the Spanish capital, but they couldn't find a way past Alisson between the sticks for the Reds. They also had a fair bit of bad luck after Moussa Sissoko gave away a penalty inside the first minute following a controversial handball decision which has created a lot of debate.
Losing the final was a hammer blow for Spurs but it's also a sign of just much the club has progressed under Pochettino, who's working wonders in North London. He hasn't brought any new players into the club since last January which proves just how good his coaching ability is, but he's expected to be active this summer in a bid to freshen up his squad.
The likes of Ryan Sessegnon, Jack Grealish and Giovani Lo Celso have all been linked with moves to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, but they could find themselves in the market for a replacement for one of their star men - Christian Eriksen.
The Dane has been at the heart of everything positive for Tottenham since his £11.5m arrival from Ajax back in 2013. He's grown into one of the Premier League's most influential playmakers, delivering 60 assists and 49 goals in the top flight since he moved to the capital, so his influence cannot be underestimated.
There's been rumours surrounding his future throughout the season and with him now entering the final twelve months of his deal, Spurs are left with a decision to make. Do they cash in on him or do they try and tempt him to stay, which could potentially result in him leaving for absolutely nothing at the end of next season?
Pochettino will be keen to hang onto one of his prized assets but despite him entering the home straight of his contract, they could still fetch a big fee for his services. So what next?