How long are each Spurs player’s contract? The low-down on each player

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Dom Le Roy

After Heung-min Son and Erik Lamela both became the latest players to commit their futures to Tottenham Hotspur, we thought it would be the right time to recap on just how long each player has left on their current deal.

While we have not yet brought in any fresh blood to the squad, the club have a track record of rewarding their star players with improved deals.

Here’s the latest situation with our squad:


Hugo Lloris (2022)

World Cup winner Hugo Lloris is under contract at Tottenham until 2022 and was hinted on Wednesday that he has ‘beautiful years’ to come at the club. Our club captain last put pen to paper on a deal in December 2016.

Paulo Gazzaniga (2022)

The 26-year-old penned a five-year contract when he made the move from Southampton during last year’s summer transfer window. While first-team opportunites have been limited, he certainly showed his potential against Crystal Palace in November.

Michel Vorm (2019)

I was surprised when the Dutchman signed a new one-year contract last month. I was expecting the 33-year-old to depart during the summer in order to move Gazzaniga up to be Lloris’ understudy.


Danny Rose (2021)

Much has been said about the England international’s future at the club and is currently under contract until 2021. He has expressed an interest about moving back north to play before the end of his career.

Ben Davies (2021)

Fellow left-back, Ben Davies has stepped up to the mark in Rose’s absence and has won over a lot of Spurs fans. The former Swansea player signed a new four-year deal last season.

Jan Foyth (2022)

Mauricio Pochettino holds his compatriot in very high regard and at 20, has a bright future ahead of him. Foyth arrived at Spurs last summer and signed a five-year-deal

Cameron Carter-Vickers (2021)

The USA international had stints on loan at both Sheffield United and Ipswich Town last season to broaden his footballing experience. The 20-year-old signed a new extension in May to keep him at the club until 2021.

Toby Alderweireld (2019 – 2020)

The Belgian’s contract situation at Tottenham is arguably the most publicised of all players. His contract contains a one-year extension option, which is scheduled to activate in the summer of 2019 and would see him contracted until 2020. But it also features a £25m release clause. In the summer of 2019, the central defender would be permitted to leave if a rival club were to pay £25m and complete the transfer at least 14 days before the closure of the window.

Davinson Sanchez (2024)

The ink on the Colombian’s new contract has barely dried and is tied to Tottenham until 2024. After an impressive debut season after his switch from Ajax, he was rewarded with an improved deal.

Jan Vertonghen (2019)

Super Jan was easily our player of the season during the last campaign and last signed a contract at the club a couple of years ago. Surely it is only a matter of time before the 31-year-old is handed a longer contract.

Kyle Walker-Peters (2021)

After making such an impression on his Premier League debut at Newcastle in the opening fixture of last season, the young right-back has had to be patient to experience further first-team action. However, he has proved his worth and signed a new deal in May until at least 2021.

Serge Aurier (2022)

I had such high hopes for Aurier when we signed him, but then discovered he couldn’t take a throw-in. The Ivory Coast international signed a deal until 2022 when he made the switch from PSG last summer.

Kieran Tripper (2022)

Arguably, England’s star performer of the World Cup has to be our first-choice right-back going into the new season. Trips signed an improved five-year contract last July and it wouldn’t surprise me if he’s rewarded again soon.


Harry Winks (2022)

The England international has just suffered an injury-hit campaign and will be looking to get back on the field this season. Winksy is one of our own and is under a deal until 2022.

Moussa Sissoko (2021)

Our former club-record signing has failed to live up to any hopes of Spurs fans and unless we ship him off to pastures new, he’ll be here for another three years.

Mousa Dembele (2019)

Unfortunately, it looks like it’s just a matter of time before the powerful midfield powerhouse departs the club. A great servant.

Victor Wanyama (2021)

The Kenyan was an absolute beast during his first season at Spurs, but his suffered with injuries since. He’s under contract until 2021 and fans will be hoping he can rekindle his form.

Eric Dier (2021)

Dier last signed a contract at Totteham in September 2016, which brought him closer to the club’s top earners. He has three years to run on his current contract.

Dele Alli (2022)

He only cost us £5 mil!   The England international signed a new six-year contract in September 2016 after continually showing his worth following his move from MK Dons. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s in line for another raise soon.

Christian Eriksen (2020)

The Dane’s current deal runs out in just two years time and there has been talk over a new deal, with some suggesting he could be the next player to be announced. Hopefully so, considering how little time is left on his contract.

Erik Lamela (2022)

The former Roma winger has had his fair share of injuries since his switch to Spurs, but Poch has shown faith in Lamela by giving him a contract extension.

Heung-min Son (2023)

Our South Korean superstar has helped Harry Kane somewhat with the goalscoring burden at Spurs and has been recognised for his efforts with a new deal until 2023.

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (2021)

Another failed import from France, who couldn’t even cut the mustard at Burnley. He signed a five-year contract a couple of summer’s ago and it’s now a case of make or break for him at Spurs.

Josh Onomah (2021)

The former academy graduate spent last season on loan at Aston Villa and will be wondering if he can make the step up to the Spurs team on a regular basis this season. He last signed a four-year deal in 2016.

Lucas Moura (2023)

I’m really excited to see what the former PSG man can bring to our team this season after limited game time in our last campaign. The Brazilian committed himself to a deal until 2023 when we spent £23million on him in January.


Harry Kane (2024)

The club rightly ripped up the wage structure to give our star man a bumper new contract worth over £200,000-a-week in June, as long as we can continue to match his ambition, he’ll be here until 2024.

Vincent Janssen (2020)

Tottenham’s forgotten man currently has two years to run on his existing deal. After spending last season on loan at Fenerbahce, I’d be hugely surprised if he’s still part of Poch’s squad come the start of the season.

Fernando Llorente (2019)

The journeyman striker signed a two-year deal when he made the switch from Swansea last summer and has failed to make an impact. If the club offer him any sort of extension, there’s something seriously wrong.

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  1. Surely there must be a case for getting Toby to stay, sorting out his contract and getting his mind back into Spurs mode. Why spend when it’s only his salary. Come on sort it out Spurs ?


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