Pochettino: Spurs cannot compete with rivals in transfer window

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Pochettino, who himself has been linked with the vacant Inter Milan job, has insisted that the players that want to remain at the club will be kept.

"We took a big risk on Dele and now he is a massive player, one of the most important in England".

"I am more anxious about the mentality of the players being affected if they are not being paid what they deserve, and deciding they want to move on". 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.

"After the whole season, you can have some players that are so happy but another player is not happy because they haven't played too much".

"Liverpool are the same, Manchester City are the same".

"But that is about every single player and every situation needs to be assessed".

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"I think we are helping because we are going to Hong Kong, to have a nice time and train". "These days, if you do not go now, you have to be there in preseason". We're young but we're getting more experience year in, year out.

Tottenham's stars are good enough to play for Real Madrid or Barcelona - so Daniel Levy must start paying them like players of such calibre, according to Jermaine Jenas. It's good for the club to be there.

"I'm always going to be thinking about what's going to get the best out of me, and if that's going to be at Tottenham or if I have to leave it's just important I enjoy the journey and don't get too anxious about how it's going to end". "It is and the very different project to maybe other clubs at our level in the table", he added.

"There are certain sides across Europe at the moment that look susceptible if clubs try to sign their players, and Tottenham are one of them", Jenas wrote in his column for BBC Sport. The rumours in the media are wrong. "This group of players deserves trophies".

Tottenham have come close to winning silverware in the last two seasons, having narrowly missed out on the Premier League title and reaching the semi-final of the FA Cup this term.

The majority of Pochettino's first-team squad have already been tied down to new long-term contracts, barring defender Toby Alderweireld, thanks to a major recruitment drive prior to the club's move to their new stadium.

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