Lennon set for new Tottenham deal

Tottenham are planning on offering winger Aaron Lennon a contract extension that would see him stay at White Hart Lane until 2016, reports The Daily Express.

Lennon’s current deal runs until 2014, but Spurs are keen to tie the 24-year-old right winger down to a longer deal, in order to avoid having to sell him at a reduced fee should other clubs express an interest. Chairman Daniel Levy is thought to be eager to avoid a similar situation to that that Arsenal found themselves in with the sales of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri. The deal will also reportedly include a £10,000-a-week pay rise, which will see Lennon’s weekly wage rise to £55,000.

Lennon has been in excellent form for Spurs this season, amassing 3 goals and 2 assists despite a spell on the sidelines over the Christmas period with hamstring tear.

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