Ben Davies closing in on signing new long-term Tottenham contract

TOTTENHAM are in “advanced talks” with left-back Ben Davies over a new five-year contract.

The Welshman, 26, is set to extend his deal later this month, according to The Telegraph.

Ben Davies is reportedly close to signing a new five-year Tottenham deal
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He has two-years left on his current contract but with speculation over Danny Rose’s future, Tottenham chiefs are hoping to tie Davies’ future down.

Davies had groin surgery last month having suffered with discomfort throughout the season.

England international Rose is one of eight Spurs players reportedly heading for the chop this summer.

Joining Rose on the way out is fellow England full-back Kieran Trippier, who is linked to a switch to Serie A with Napoli and Juventus.

Mauricio Pochettino wants Davies to become his first-choice left-back, with the contract extension set to be officially signed in the next few weeks.

The Tottenham boss is set to offload a number of first-teamers as he looks to rebuild his squad after last season’s Champions League final defeat.

Kyle Walker-Peters is set to be handed a chance on the right side of defence.

And that means Serge Aurier will also be shipped off after failing to win over the crowds.

Anchorman Victor Wanyama is no longer needed following the £60million capture of Tanguy Ndombele.

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