Kieran Trippier set to sign five-year deal with Tottenham

Kieran Trippier in action during the EFL Cup fourth round match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur

Kieran Trippier has agreed a five-year contract extension with Tottenham, according to Sky sources.

The 26-year-old's previous deal still had three years left to run but Spurs have improved his terms and extended them until 2022.

Trippier, who signed from Burnley in 2015, enjoyed a superb season in 2015/16, rotated with right-back Kyle Walker and breaking into the England fold with an international debut against France earlier this month.

Walker's future at Spurs is uncertain, with Manchester City pursuing a move for the 27-year-old and confident of completing a deal.

Image: Kieran Trippier made his England debut against France earlier this month

Porto right-back Ricardo Pereira, who has spent the past two seasons on loan at Nice, leads Tottenham's targets to replace Walker.

Trippier has made 41 appearances for Spurs since his £3.5m move from the Clarets, including 13 starts across the Europa and Champions Leagues.

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He began his career as a trainee at Manchester City before loan spells at Barnsley and Burnley, joining the latter permanently in 2012.

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