England international Aaron Lennon started his career as a professional football player at hometown club Leeds United and he went on to make his debut for the club as a teenager thus becoming the youngest player to feature in the Premier League at the time. His first game for the Leeds United senior team came in the Premier League in 2003. Two years later, the winger left Leeds United to sign for North London outfit Tottenham Hotspur.
Spurs paid £1m to sign Aaron Lennon from Leeds United. At the North London club, he had an attacking return of 30 goals in 364 appearances in all competitions. The Englishman won the first and final major trophy till date as part of the Tottenham Hotspur squad that won the 2008 League Cup by beating London rivals Chelsea in the final. Chelsea came into the game as favourites, but it was Spurs who emerged victorious thanks to a 2-1 win.
Aaron Lennon spent the majority of his career at Tottenham Hotspur. He was at the North London club for one decade until he signed for Merseyside outfit Everton on the back of a short-term loan spell. The winger left Tottenham Hotspur to join the Toffees in 2015 in a permanent deal said to be worth around £4.5m. The England international scored nine goals in 77 games for the Toffees in all competitions before joining Burnley for an undisclosed fee in 2018. The Clarets gave him a two-and-a-half year deal when he joined them from Everton. Lennon was at Burnley until the end of his contract in the summer of 2020 as he found the back of the net once in 55 matches in all competitions.
Lennon moved out of English football for the first time when he signed for Kayserispor in the Turkish league as a free agent in September 2020. He spent one year in Turkey before returning to Burnley at the end of his contract at Kayserispor.
On the international stage, he has 21 caps for the Three Lions of England.