English winger Aaron Lennon started his career as a professional footballer at hometown club Leeds United. He made his professional bow at Leeds United in 2003 thus becoming the youngest player to feature in the Premier League at the time.

AaronLennon spent around two years in the Leeds United first team before North London side Tottenham Hotspur paid £1m to secure his signing. At Spurs, Aaron Lennon scored 30 times in 364 games in all competitions and also won the first major honour of his professional football career. He was part of the Tottenham Hotspur team that saw off London rivals Chelsea to win the 2008 League Cup. Spurs beat Chelsea 2-1 win in the final to win the League Cup title in 2008. Since then, the North Londoners have not won a major trophy.

Lennon spent around a decade at Tottenham Hotspur before he left the club to join Merseyside team Everton in 2015. Initially, he had a loan spell at Everton before it was turned into a permanent deal. Everton paid £4.5m to sign Aaron Lennon to a permanent deal. He scored nine times in 77 games for Everton in all competitions before leaving the club to sign for Burnley in 2018. Aaron Lennon penned a two-and-a-half year deal with Burnley after they paid an undisclosed fee for his transfer from Everton. He scored once in 55 games in all competitions for the Clarets before his free transfer exit to Turkish team Kayserispor in 2020. He returned to Burnley on a free transfer after his one-year contract at Kayserispor came to an end. Lennon spent one seasonin his second Burnley spell before his exit earlier this year. He left the Clarets at the end of his contract this summer.

On the international scene, Aaron Lennon played 21 times for the Three Lions of England having made his debut in 2006. He was part of the England squads to the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup tournaments.