Tottenham Hotspur snapped up Aaron Lennon from Leeds United in July 2005 at the cost of £1 million and since then he has scored 26 goals in 241 appearances and this right winger with lightening speed also plays for the National Team in the same position. He has tremendous pace and is capable of winning matches with a sudden spurt of speed and his performance during season 2012-13 has come under tremendous praise.

Aaron was born Aaron Justin Lennon on 16th of April, 1987 at Chapeltown, Leeds England and stands in his boot at 1.65m. He performs the role of the winger on the field and wears the number 7 jersey for his club Tottenham Hotspur. His earlier playing career as a youth was started with the hometown club Leeds United in 2001 and was elevated to the senior team in 2003 where he continued till 2005.

He is a player of tremendous prowess capable of generating pace on both flanks during play and his recent form has led to the earning caps against Brazil and San Marino after the recall to the England team. In the Premier League he was in the starting lineup 33 out of 34 appearances and had a total of 46 appearances in all. He scored 4 times and they included an excellent strike against the Gunners in March last year and a tremendous shoot against Sunderland.

His debut with Spurs after he left his native club Leeds in July 2005 was simply spectacular and he played in 29 games and found the net twice during the campaign. This earned him an out of the blue call from Sven-Goran Eriksson to join the England national team that was on the way to Germany for 2006 World Cup Finals. Aaron won the 2008-09 Player of the Season in which he harried the opposition backups during 47 games which also fetched him another 5-year contract with his club and an England recall in 2009.