Christian Eriksen has put pen to paper on a new contract with Tottenham.
Eriksen had been in negotiations with Spurs since September last year, and has now agreed a four-year deal worth about £75,000 per week to stay at White Hart Lane.
Had he not signed, Eriksen would have entered the final year of his contract at start of next season.
Juventus expressed an interest in taking the player to Serie A while Manchester United also showed admiration when Louis van Gaal was in charge. Paris Saint-Germain also asked to be kept informed of developments.
But Eriksen has decided to stay at White Hart Lane, which will delight manager Mauricio Pochettino, who was thought to have been concerned at the lack of progress.
Eriksen joined Tottenham for about £11million from Ajax three years ago and has contributed a regular flow of goals and assists since then.