Tottenham left-back Danny Rose has put pen-to-paper on a new five-year deal with the club as he becomes the latest star to commit his long-term future.
Rose joined the club in 2007, and after several loan spells away from White Hart Lane, he was finally able to become a defensive stalwart for the side in the last two years or so.
Having now accumulated 126 appearances for the club and having scored nine goals thus far, including his memorable strike against Arsenal on his Premier League debut in 2010, he’ll be delighted to secure his future in north London and focus on football.
Meanwhile, it’s been a busy few weeks for Spurs with Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Eric Dier amongst others penning fresh deals.
Kyle Walker and Erik Lamela aren’t expected to be too far behind either, and so Mauricio Pochettino will be delighted to be keeping key pieces in place moving forward as Spurs look to build on their third-place finish last season.
“It’s been a great couple of week for the club with Dele, Eric, Christian, Harry Winks all signing contracts,” Rose said.
“Everyone knows that the Club is going in the right direction and I’m over the moon that I’ll stay here until I’m an old man.”
Tottenham currently sit in third place in the Premier League after five games, and with contracts being sorted out, Pochettino will hope to have no distractions as the weeks go on and allow his players to focus on getting the best out of the campaign.
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