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Last Updated: Tuesday, 16 October 2007, 20:03 GMT 21:03 UK
Chimbonda close to new Spurs deal
Pascal Chimbonda
Chimbonda joined Spurs in August 2006 from Wigan
French international defender Pascal Chimbonda is in talks with Tottenham over extending his contract.

The 28-year-old Chimbonda, who has won one French cap, arrived at White Hart Lane from Wigan in August 2006.

"We're in talks over a new deal," said Chimbonda's agent Willie McKay. "I've spoken to Tottenham sporting director Damien Comolli about an extension.

"Talks are going well and we're waiting until after the next match to try and conclude things," added McKay.

Full-back Chimbonda joined Wigan for 500,000 in the summer of 2005 from French club Bastia.

Chimbonda was linked with a move to Chelsea in the summer before the FA Cup holders signed Brazilian full-back Juliano Belletti.

Meanwhile, property tycoon Paul Kemsley is expected to leave his post as Spurs vice-chairman on Wednesday to concentrate on his other business interests, particularly in America.

606: DEBATE

Spurs are due to announce their financial results on Wednesday.

Kemsley was reported to be in the Spurs party that met Sevilla coach Juande Ramos in August, a meeting that threw manager Martin Jol's future into doubt.

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