Tottenham Hotspur defender Kieran Trippier has signed a new five-year contract deal with his premier League side on Tuesday afternoon July 18th 2017, according to the reports from the London based Club.
Trippier 26, the Tottenham full-back, made his switch to Tottenham from Burnley in 2015 and have managed to play 41 games and scored one goal since then,while he joined the England National Senior team during the friendly England lost to France in June,
According to the statement released on Totteham’s website, his contract keeps him with the North Eastern London giants Spurs until summer of 2022.
He grown up in Machester City and played for City Youth team for eight years before joining Barnsley and Burnley on loan.
Apparently he is the first choice right full back at Totteham according to the Club’s Manager Mauricio Roberto Pochettino’s setup towards the end of 2016-2017 season.
Trippier’s new contract comes just days after Tottenham sold another England right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City for a fee that could reportedly rise to £54 million.