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Tottenham’s Ben Davies signs three year contract extension through 2025

Shock! Tottenham Hotspur reported earlier today that protector Ben Davies has marked another agreement with the club that will keep him at Tottenham Hotspur until summer of 2025.

The recovery bend of Davies over the past season or so has been out and out momentous. Endorsed in 2014 to be the reinforcement to Danny Rose at left back, Davies had been the exemplification of steady, however seldom remarkable in his situation. Under Jose Mourinho, many Spurs fans were prepared to cut him uncontrolled completely.

Yet, under Antonio Conte, Davies has changed from a nice rotational passed on back to an unshakable left sided focus back in Conte's 3-4-3 framework. What's more, he's been exceptional. Prods have spent the late spring fruitlessly attempting to get an elite youthful LCB in to push (and in the long run replace) Davies. The club will presumably proceed with that work, yet not on the grounds that Davies is a terrible choice, but rather in light of the fact that that player can gain from him while they change into the position. Meanwhile Davies will almost certainly keep on getting starts, and will keep on playing great.

On the off chance that Davies stays at Tottenham through the length of his new agreement, he will be 32 years of age and will have been at Spurs for 11 seasons. This new arrangement, essentially, implies that Ben Davies will have procured a Tottenham tribute when he at last resigns. Who would've thud it?

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