The attacking full-back had been on Tottenham’s radar since fellow Portuguese Andre Villas-Boas was in charge of the club. Spurs have suffered frailties in the left-back position since loaning out Benoit Assou-Ekotto to Queens Park Rangers at the beginning of the season leaving just Danny Rose as the only recognised player in that position at the club. Eliseu’s current contract is set to expire on 30 June and is therefore free to discuss terms with any club without the permission of Malaga. However, any hopes of Spurs landing the 30-year-old after Eliseu confirmed to reporters that his agent will be in town at some point this week to oversee a new deal.“My agent arrives tomorrow or this week. I hope to sign already, after surviving (relegation),” Eliseu told Malaga Hoy. He was then asked if this meant he was staying at the Andalusian club, the Portuguese international confirmed: “Yes, yes, for sure.”Malaga had been at risk of dropping to Spain’s second tier but sealed their stay in La Liga after a surprise 1-1 draw away to current league leaders Atletico Madrid on Sunday.