England right-back Kyle Walker has agreed a new contract worth £19.5million to stay at Tottenham, according to The Sun.
The newspaper claims that the north London outfit are ready to announce the five-year deal soon, with Walker set to rake in £75,000-a-week in wages until 2021.
The news comes only days after Walker’s Spurs team-mate Christian Eriksen put pen to paper on a four-year deal that puts him up there with some of the club’s top earners.
Walker, who joined Spurs in 2009 from Sheffield United, could be set to receive a testimonial if remains at the club for the duration of his contract.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is keen to get his best players on new deals as soon as possible and he sees Walker as a key part of his plans moving forward.