It is understood that the 26-year-old right-back – who was signed from fellow top-flight outfit Burnley for £3.5 million in 2015 – has penned an extension that will keep him at White Hart Lane until 2022.
Trippier put in a string of impressive performances during the second-half of last season, being selected ahead of Walker for the north London derby and FA Cup semi-final clash against Chelsea.
He made 12 Premier League appearances for Tottenham last season, contributing five assists – resulting in his debut England call-up against France – and he looks set to be the first-choice right-back this year.
It was Tottenham who took to social media first to announce the news…
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) July 18, 2017
With former side Burnley offering their congratulations…
Congratulations 'Tripps' https://t.co/26dGeojhEN
— Burnley FC (@BurnleyOfficial) July 18, 2017
And some Spurs fans were thrilled…
TRIPPIER KIERAN TRIPPIER NA NANANANANAN
— Hamid (@HamidTHFC) July 18, 2017
Kieran Trippier > Kyle Walker. Excellent week for Spurs this to get the former to sign a new five-year deal and getting £45m+ for the latter
— Neil Monnery (@neilmonnery) July 18, 2017
can't ask for anymore from an attacking sense out off Trippier, crossing/final ball superior to Walker. Just get him working on defense
— ° (@AIonso_) July 18, 2017
Others wondered whether he could be as good as Walker in the long-term…
Trippier won't end this season as our first choice right-back.
— Mac (@Tweetgood_Mac) July 18, 2017
When people try and convince each other that Trippier ousted Walker at the end of last season pic.twitter.com/tTauzi37EG
— Joe Watkins (@jwatkins26) July 18, 2017
Whilst some were wondering when Mauricio Pochettino will delve into his pockets…
Ahh a ploy get Trippier to sign a new contract THEN announce a worldy RB.
— Kev07 (@kevski07) July 18, 2017
But one man in particular decided to focus on Trippier’s photogenic ability…
Trippier looks like he's either a) filming a hostage video or b) wearing the wry smile of someone who knows where all the bodies are buried. https://t.co/pIJstK0QDa
— Doug Nichols (@TheTXI) July 18, 2017
What do you think Spurs fans? Is Trippier the man to nail down the right-back slot? Let us know below.
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