Tottenham have agreed to extend the contract of the England international defender Kyle Walker, according to The Sun.
Per-the-source, Walker will earn £75,000-a-week until 2021, which works out at £19.5million.
The explosive full-back followed in the footsteps of Christian Eriksen who also committed his future to the north London based club.
Walker joined Tottenham from Sheffield United back in 2009 and broke into the first team following loan spells at QPR and Aston Villa. The 26-year-old also retained his place as England’s first-choice right back following the appointment of Sam Allardyce.
Tottenham recorded a 4-0 victory over Stoke City this weekend in the Premier League. Spurs are currently on forth place with eight points after four games.
Walker has fended off competition from summer 2015 signing Kieran Trippier to remain in Mauricio Pochettino’s starting line-up.
The north London based club take on Monaco in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday before hosting Sunderland at White Hart Lane next weekend.
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