By Dominic Toner

Kyle Walker has agreed a new Tottenham deal worth £75,000-a-week, according to a report.

The Sun claim that the England defender has settled the terms of a new five-year deal at White Hart Lane in a deal worth a total £19.5million.

The report details that Walker will earn wages of nearly £4million-a-year and could even have a testimonial in the near future, after joining from Sheffield United in 2009.

The 26-year-old has been rewarded for his impressive performances at in recent seasons, in which he has become one of the most consistent players at the club.

Spurs team-mate Christian Eriksen signed a four-year contract with the club on Tuesday and Mauricio Pochettino looks set to keep hold of another senior player.

Walker has recently become a regular for both club and country and is a part of a settled back four under Pochettino.

The right-back plays alongside regulars Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Danny Rose to make one of the best defensive units in the league.

Last season Spurs conceded the least amount of goals in the Premier League, alongside Manchester Untied with 35, and kept their second clean sheet of the new season in a 4-0 win over Stoke on Saturday.

Spurs defender Kieran Trippier is still waiting for an opportunity to impress in the first team, after being an understudy to Walker since joining from Burnley, but could get his chance this season with the club’s busy fixture list from both European and domestic competitions.

In other Tottenham transfer news, a manager has revealed what it will cost the club to sign this summer forward target in January.