Spurs cannot compete with rivals in transfer window - Pochettino

After the Tottenham game, Leicester host Bournemouth in their final fixture on Sunday.

DELE ALLI insists there are not many better places to improve than under Mauricio Pochettino but refused to rule out a move away from Tottenham in the future.

Kane said that his team had the ability to win titles. South Korea global Son Heung-Min and teammates Kyle Walker, Kevin Wimmer and Ben Davies will travel to Seoul on the same day for a promotional visit before joining the rest of the squad in Hong Kong.

Pochettino said: "If we are capable in the last two games of winning one, we will have a better (points total) than Leicester last season". Over the last five rounds, Lester earned 7 points, where he drew with Crystal Palace, defeated West Bromwich and Watford, and also lost to Arsenal and Manchester City. They will keep those players. "These days, if you do not go now, you have to be there in preseason". That is the commercial side.

The Dane is already being tailed by some of the Elitist European clubs and a strong performance against Tottenham could further aid his chances of earning a big-money move to one of the suitors.

Reflecting on Spurs' display at the King Power Stadium, Pochettino added: "I was very happy with the performance and attitude, which was fantastic". It's good for the club to be there.

United's thrashing by Manchester City is probably best remembered for Mario Balotelli's 'Why Always Me?' celebration. The rumours in the media are wrong.

Together with worries that some players could be lured to rival clubs, some Spurs feared the worst.

"I understand him. It's hard for him because he was always a manager who liked to work with and to develop young talent", the Spurs boss said prior to Friday's result at The Hawthorns.

"It's frustrating when we've played as well as we have, it's very frustrating when you don't have anything to show for it".

"If some club is paying double the salary, then how can you convince them?" said the Argentine. It was January he got injured, but we are here to support him, to help him to try to be available as soon as possible. "We know it's going to be tough but we also know that on our day we can give every single team a good game", Vardy said.

"I understand that football is a business but they need rest". And the Foxes could be in a great situation to achieve a top-half finish, if they are able to shock Tottenham on Thursday.

It would seem like the sensible thing to do to stay with Tottenham and continue to develop in this exciting, talented and young squad. We love you, and Eric Dier would be so lonely.

Dan is ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent.



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