Tottenham are reportedly planning to offer young defender Tobi Omole a new contract ahead of next season, according to All Nigeria Soccer. 

The 21-year-old has entered the final year of his contract at the club and will have just six months remaining on his current deal in January. 

All Nigeria Soccer claim Spurs are keen to keep Omole at the club by extending his contract and have already started negotiations for fresh terms ahead of the new campaign. 

Able to play across the back line and in defensive midfield, Omole has been a regular in the Spurs youth set-up since making the controversial switch across North London after being released by Arsenal in October last year. 

The British-Nigerian youngster has been named in the playing squad on three occasions this season against Rennes, NS Mura and Crystal Palace under then-Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo, but has yet to make his senior debut for the club. 

Spurs Web Opinion 

Omole clearly appears to be making an impression in the Spurs youth set-up and is one of the players on the cusp of making the first-team squad. Hopefully, the club will be able to tie him down to a new deal which will be beneficial for him and the side going forward.  

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