Pochettino has shown signs of unrest in recent weeks, however a sudden switch across London to Chelsea seems out of the question. This time, he was more direct, essentially demanding signings.
He said, "For me, this is important, not speculation around me".
"Until today it was so hard to talk about the future, but from now we need to decide the way and how we are going to operate in the future".
"Without them, I don't think we'd get into the Champions League, we've done it because of them, because when we play good or bad they are always there for us and I really thank them for their unbelievable support this season." .
The Frenchman has the quality to fit in anywhere along the Spurs frontline, and the promise of first-team football could prove to be the crucial pulling factor Pochettino needs to convince Martial away from Manchester.
The Argentinian wants the club to sanction a £150 million overhaul. They are capable of competing at the top of the English game. This season, they treaded water somewhat.
The club is enjoying their greatest period of success in the Premier League era but are yet to win a trophy or make serious inroads towards a title/European success. At least, that's Pochettino's view. We can not create dreams that we are not going to achieve. Maybe we are a bit disappointed and frustrated because now we are close [to trophies].
"I think he has half an incline of that, I wouldn't be surprised if he's heard something and that's why he's throwing all this stuff out - I need that and this".
"You need to be courageous".
"In these types of situations with a club with our unbelievable fans, being courageous is the most important thing and to take risks". I am looking forward to the competition again next season.
Outgoing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger even suggested last week that prized assets like Harry Kane might need to be sold to balance the books in the wake of the stadium move.
Spurs' net transfer spending has been very modest in the Pochettino era, yet they have qualified three times running for the Champions League, so they're doing a tremendous job. "But tomorrow I don't know what is going to happen". Play www.epl-fantasy.com now.
Marcus Smart irked by Cavs 'bully' JR Smith's flagrant foul
The Celtics just looked like they were playing harder in the fourth quarter, while the Cavs looked lethargic and frustrated. Smith was involved, though he was not alone in those missed assignments."A few miscommunications", coach Tyronn Lue said .
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