“You could never imagine that a little boy would go through it, you’d get to this point.” Champions League-chasing Tottenham Hotspur have announced that academy graduate Oliver Skipp has signed new terms at Tottenham Hotspur on a long-term contract.
Skipp, 21, has been at Tottenham since 2013 when he joined the youth team where he spent five years before breaking into the first team and making his debut in 2018.
– Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) April 20 2022
right Now Signed with the club until the 2027 seasonSkipp can continue to build on his profile after a highly successful loan spell at Norwich last season in the tournament when he made 47 appearances for the Canaries to help then-manager Daniel Farke bring the club back to the Premier League.
The England Under-21 national team player, Skip has been going strong this season under Nuno Espirito Santo and Antonio Conte as a regular midfield player for Tottenham this season before suffering a pelvic infection that kept him out of action since February 9.
His long-term commitment to the club comes at a key period under Conte as Skipp remains one of only three midfielders on Tottenham’s current books, alongside Harry Winks and Pierre-Emile Hogberg.
The idea should be addressed at short notice by the club, however, after news emerged earlier today that the Italian director of football, along with the club’s director of football Fabio Paratici, will be looking to bring in up to six players during the summer transfer window.
In addition, Spurs appear poised to make a permanent move for standout winger Dejan Kulusevski after Juventus and the Sweden international striker have shone under Conte since arriving from Turin in January.
So far, the club appears to be preparing itself for what could be a crucial period for the club as they look to get an edge over rivals Arsenal as well as Premier League giants Manchester United.
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