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Lennon signs on for more at Tottenham

Published: Saturday 1 September 2012, 13.04CET
Tottenham Hotspur FC have been handed a further boost following their deadline day transfer activity with the news that Aaron Lennon has signed a new contract until 2016.
Lennon signs on for more at Tottenham
Aaron Lennon has extended his stay at White Hart Lane ©Getty Images
Published: Saturday 1 September 2012, 13.04CET

Lennon signs on for more at Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur FC have been handed a further boost following their deadline day transfer activity with the news that Aaron Lennon has signed a new contract until 2016.

Tottenham Hotspur FC midfielder Aaron Lennon has extended his stay at the club after agreeing terms on a new contract until 2016.

Lennon, 25, has score 19 goals in 198 top-flight appearances for Spurs since joining from Leeds United FC in 2005. Capped 19 times by England, the tricky winger looks set to be a key member of André Villas-Boas's squad which has been strengthened by the recent signings of Fulham FC duo Moussa Dembélé and Clint Dempsey as well as France No1 Hugo Lloris.

The north London club kick-off their UEFA Europa League Group J campaign at home to S.S. Lazio on 20 September with Panathinaikos FC and NK Mairbor making up the rest of the section.

Last updated: 01/05/13 9.12CET

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