Newcastle United midfielder Harvey Barnes is hoping his return from injury can help spur the club on in their pursuit of a place in next season's Champions League.
Championship loan spells
A hamstring injury ended the Englishman's loan early. However, he would rejoin the Tykes for the following season. Barnsley could only muster a 17th-placed finish although Trippier proved to be a standout player throughout his loan spell.
His penchant for free-kicks was clear from an early stage as he found the net twice from set pieces during the 2010/11 season.
Trippier has described his loan move to Burnley in 2011 as the turning point in his career. He was an ever-present in his first season with the Clarets, playing all 46 league games. Six months into his loan spell, manager Eddie Howe made the move permanent, signing the right-back on January 3, 2012.
Time at Tottenham
Trippier swapped Lancashire for London when he joined Tottenham Hotspur in 2015 for a fee of £4.41million.
Move to Madrid
Trippier had to adapt his style of play after moving to Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2019. Atleti head coach Diego Simeone's counter-attacking play and deep defensive lines meant Trippier saw huge improvements to his defensive game.
He was completing more successful tackles and duels per 90 minutes than in the Premier League, while also attaining the fourth highest expected assists in La Liga.
Midway through his second season in Spain, Trippier was fined £70,000 and suspended from soccer for 10 weeks for allegedly breaching FA betting rules.
He was charged with passing information about his transfer to a friend over text, although he has persistently denied the claims.
Despite this short absence, Trippier collected his first silverware as Atletico Madrid ended the season in top spot.
Trippier contributed six assists and became the first Englishman to win the Spanish top flight since David Beckham with Real Madrid in 2006/07.
First transfer of a new era
Trippier became the first signing under Saudi ownership at Newcastle United, making the move for a fee of £12million. It has been reported that the he signed a contract worth more than £150k a week.
Trippier's first appearance on Tyneside came in a 1-0 loss to Cambridge United in the FA Cup.
After an impressive season for Tottenham, Kieran Trippier received his first England call-up in May 2017, making his debut in a 3-2 defeat to France in June.
Trippier was also part of the 26-man squad for the rescheduled Euro 2020, providing the cross for Luke Shaw in the opening minute of the final against Italy.
However, once again England failed to hold on to a lead and succumbed to Italy on penalties. Trippier's famous free-kick is his only international goal in 35 caps.
Kieran Trippier's personal life
Kieran Trippier's net worth
According to Sports Virsa, Kieran Trippier has a net worth of £9million in 2022. However, this figure may rise after his move to Newcastle.
His salary has reportedly doubled from his old contract at Atletico Madrid, although he has insisted he did not move for financial reasons, vowing to keep Newcastle in the Premier League.