Having secured the signing of Clinton Njie from Lyon last weekend, Spurs have sealed another key deal to reinforce their attack for the long run.
Tottenham have officially sealed a new four year deal with young England international Alex Pritchard.
The 22-year-old playmaker has progressed brilliantly over the years and is now ready to be a regular first team player for the North Londoners.
Alex Pritchard spent the last season on loan with Championship side Brentford FC and impressed big time. The attacking midfielder featured in 45 league games and directly contributed in no fewer than 19 goals (12 goals, 7 assists).
For Tottenham Hotspur, Pritchard has never really played a bad game. He has featured 12 times in the Under-21 Premier League for Spurs, scored 8 goals and provided 4 assists.
This season, he has only made one U21 league appearance and scored a brace against Everton. Overall, the talented attacker has directly contributed in 52 goals (28 goals, 24 assists) in his career and has a bright future ahead.
Alex has also made one senior appearance for Spurs in the last PL game of the 2013-14 season. Expect the youngster to get more first team opportunities sooner rather than later.