Pochettino staying at Spurs, no buyout clause in contract

Mauricio Pochettino and Son Heung-min

"On July 3, for pre-season, I will be here, don't worry".

The Argentinian has led Spurs to second this season - their highest top-flight finish since 1963 - as they continue to improve under his tutelage. We will decide at the of the season with different players.

In an attempt to predict how far Dele can go, we simmed his entire career on Football Manager 2017 to see where he could end up and what he might win. "That has to motivate us to hopefully be out there next year lifting the Premier League together". There was Dele Alli who chose to come here instead of to another club, but we took a big risk with Dele Alli.

The Tottenham right-back could be set for a summer exit, with City the favourites to sign him, but the Premier League champions are preparing a £40million move. "That is why they won in the end".

"Now he is a massive player, one of the most important players in England.

It's okay but maybe he is not at his best to play 90 minutes", Pochettino said.

"It was clear from the beginning that Holger Badstuber wants to look for a new challenge, probably overseas, after his loan to Schalke", Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said on the club website. It's sure we'll find a way to fix that and provide better tools to the team so they don't struggle in some moments.

"I think we are in a very good way". "I think for the fans it means a lot but in the same way - and I don't want to be wrong - I think our fans are so excited to welcome the new stadium, too". But in life you can not stay happy.

Speaking ahead of his side's trip to Leicester on Thursday night, the coach insisted that he remains "committed" to Tottenham.

Kieran Trippier sustained concussion against Manchester United last weekend and is unavailable, while Kyle Walker has a minor ankle injury and will also miss out. Mauricio Pocchetino has assembled one of the best teams in Europe this season, and while that was not enough to win the Premier League title, there is every reason to think they will remain as serious contenders for the foreseeable future.

The Belgian midfielder had to go off at half time at Crystal Palace last month and has been used as a substitute in the last three matches.

"I am very sensitive person and so emotional, so it will be hard not to cry", Pochettino said. "We will see what happens".

Tottenham finished third in the last campaign and second this season but have failed to win any trophies since winning the League Cup in 2008.



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