Tottenham has announced that Eric Dier has signed with the club a new deal that will run until 2024.
The announcement from the club reads: “Eric has been at West Ham United with the Club for six years on the first day of the 2014/15 season, joining Sporting Lisbon in July 2014 and celebrating a memorable debut with a last-minute goal to win. The versatile defensive player moved from defense to a holding midfield position in his second season with us, establishing himself as an essential team member and earning his first caps for England”
“Recently, he inspired the team to play playback the defense center and has now racked up a total of 239 appearances for the club, scoring 11 times. He also won a total of 40 caps for England, leading the national team on many occasions and was part of the squad that finished fourth at the 2018 FIFA World Cup where he memorably scored the winning spot spot-kicked England a first-ever World Cup penalty shootout victory in the last 16 against Colombia.”