Tottenham. Through its official channels, Tottenham announced that goalkeeper Fraser Gerard Forster’s contract has been extended. The 35-year-old Englishman has signed until June 30, 2025, extending his stay with the London club by a year.
“We are pleased to announce that Fraser Forster has signed a new contract with the club, running until the summer of 2025.”, we read in the press release. “The experienced goalkeeper arrived from Southampton in July 2022 and made his debut in a League Cup game against Nottingham Forest in November 2022. The following month he made his first Premier League appearance for the club against Brentford.
🎙️ “From the second I arrived here I have enjoyed being at the club, we have a fantastic team and I am happy to extend my stay.”
Fraser Forster on signing a new contract 🗣️ pic.twitter.com/0NI1Gjko5S
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) December 6, 2023
Tottenham, not just the renewals
Good news at Tottenham. As well as completing goalkeeper Forster’s contract extension, Spurs also see former Genroa defender Christian Romero return to the field after a long injury. But on the market?
Spurs have two goals, both black and white. Manuel Locatelli and Iling Jr. The Spurs are therefore working to attack again in January, again on two important players for Juventus.
The Tottenham-Juventus axis will then heat up again in January 2024, just like in January 2022, albeit Fabio Paratici is no longer Tottenham’s sporting director?
With Manuel Locatelli and Iling Jr, the North London team have really enjoyed some great success. Young players with great future prospects like Iling and players who are still young but seem to be establishing themselves like Locatelli would support a potential historic run for the championship.
Further news on the transfer market can be found here.