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Tottenham Hotspur: Jack Pitt-Brooke drops big Ben Davies claim

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Jack Pitt-Brooke has taken to Twitter to discuss the future of Ben Davies at Tottenham Hotspur.

Davies had something of a renaissance under Antonio Conte at Spurs last season as he was deployed as a left-sided centre-back in a defensive three that has ultimately been rewarded as the Welshman has now penned a new deal.

The defender has signed a one-year extension with the club, which if fulfilled, will have seen him spend more than a decade with Tottenham, and considering how many managers he’s played under, that’s some achievement.

Pitt-Brooke now fully expects Davies to be a starter for Spurs in most games this season, despite the club having considered moving him on last summer.

He wrote: “New contract for Ben Davies! Huge turnaround for him at Spurs. They considered selling him last summer but he started 34/36 for Conte and is now secured for another three years.’

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“Another example of Davies’ staying power is that at end of last season Spurs were planning to spend big £ on an exciting new LCB. But now they’ve got Clement Lenglet in on loan, probably as cover/competition for Davies. I imagine Davies will start the majority of games this year.”

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It will be huge for Conte this upcoming season if Davies can stay fit, because that would give the Italian boss an option at centre-back and left wing-back, as well as having new signings Ivan Perisic and Clement Lenglet through the door.

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If Davies does see out his Spurs contract until the summer of 2025, it will surely go down as a solid piece of business by the Tottenham board given that back in 2015, Davies was signed for what looks now to be a relatively low fee of £11 million.

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