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Davinson Sanchez

Born: 12 June 1996 (Caloto, Colombia)

Davinson Sanchez

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Defender Davinson Sanchez joined us from Ajax in August, 2017, and immediately showed himself to be a powerful and athletic centre-half.

The 2018/19 season saw him start 22 games in the Premier League in addition to making one substitute appearance, while he opened his goalscoring account for the Club in a 3-1 home win over Leicester City at Wembley in February, 2019. In Europe, he started seven games and made one substitute appearance on our run to the Champions League Final, while six appearances in the two domestic cups took his overall tally to 37 matches played in all competitions.

The defender made his professional debut for Atletico Nacional aged 17 in his homeland of Colombia and was part of their Copa Libertadores winning side in 2016.

He moved to Ajax in June, 2016, and made 47 appearances for the Dutch side, scoring seven goals. He won Ajax’s ‘Rinus Michels’ Player of the Year Award in his only season at the Club, which was previously won by Jan Vertonghen in 2012 and Rafael van der Vaart in 2002.

Upon moving to Spurs, he made his debut as a late substitute against Burnley in our third game of the 2017/18 campaign, but quickly established himself as a regular starter throughout the remainder of a highly impressive first season in our colours.

He made 31 appearances in the Premier League, a further two in the FA Cup and was the only player to start all eight of our games in the UEFA Champions League over the course of that campaign.

Having represented Colombia at Under-17, Under-20 and Under-23 levels, Davinson made his senior international debut in November, 2016, and was part of his nation's squads at the 2018 FIFA World Cup and 2019 Copa America.

I enjoy it so much here because I have quality team-mates, quality staff and a quality training ground to work at.

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