Tottenham Fans Blast Mauricio Pochettino Following Argentine's Support of Misfiring Star

Posted May 14, 2018

The 29-year-old defender, who earns £75,000 per week as salary according to The Daily Star, has been linked with moves away from Spurs in the summer transfer window, with Sky Sports reporting that Chelsea, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain all are interested in the Belgium worldwide.

Harry Kane thinks guiding Tottenham to a top-four finish this season in the Premier League is coach Mauricio Pochettino's greatest achievement to date at the club.

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"But of course it is not new for us - we have priority players to sign but they go to a club with more money". He had been asked the same question last Friday and, once again, he gave an ambiguous answer.

And following the victory, while speaking to, Pochettino, whose press conferences have caused a number of stirs lately, hailed Sissoko's display in particular. "Today 100 percent, I feel like I'm here but the most important thing is tomorrow all can change".

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"They have a clear idea of what we need to do and I don't know if the club will agree with me or not, but we need to talk next week to create the new project. Mo's had a fantastic year, who knows what'll happen, but for me it's about doing it year after year". After four years, we need to assess that period and try to be contenders and win big, big trophies. You can not create dreams thinking you are not going to achieve these dreams. Maybe we are a bit disappointed and frustrated because now we are close [to trophies].

"But I understand people want more". But you need to be courageous in this kind of situation, in our club with our unbelievable fans, and take risks. In this situation, you need to be fearless and take risks. "And this season, again, despite playing at Wembley, still (for) some the situation is that, 'Oh yes, but the team needs to win some titles'". You can see not only the big clubs but the clubs behind us - West Ham, Leicester, Everton - are working so hard to be close to the top-six clubs.

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"It is important to have a strategy to explain that the club is going to be ambitious, but sometimes we need to work and operate in a different way than the others", he said.