Premier League spending 'unsustainable': Spurs chief Levy

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"My question is this: What are Tottenham's expectations?", Conte asked. If they don't arrive in the Champions League, its not a tragedy.

Antonio Conte has reiterated his stance that Tottenham coach Maurico Pochettino is under the least pressure of all Chelsea's Premier League title contenders to succeed.

"If (Spurs) don't win the title, it's not a tragedy", Conte was quoted as saying by the BBC.

'If they go out in the first round of the Champions League, it's not a tragedy.

Spurs finished second to Chelsea in the PL title race as they gave up a good chase last season but is yet to recruit any player in the summer window.

"It would have helped me to have that confidence from the chairman, the belief from him that they don't need to buy other players which has happened so often in the English game now". You must understand the status of the team'.

Tottenham have yet to make a signing this summer as the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United splash the cash.

United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City will be competing in Europe's elite club competition alongside Chelsea, with Arsenal in the Europa League.

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'Every team has to understand what their ambitions are, ' said Conte. "You can judge the others, but the others must fight to win the title".

Chelsea have spent big money on Alvaro Morata (£58million), Antonio Rudiger (£34m) and Tiemoue Bakayoko (£40m), while Standard Sport understands that the Blues are confident of making up to four more serious signings for the 2017-18 season. Otherwise you continue to stay in your level.

"Now, if you want to compete to fight for the title in England - and there has been a miracle with Leicester and with us, because we won the title with only 13 players - you have to be strong".

'Tottenham is a really good team, if they are able to keep the same squad as last season.

'He knows very well the club and the players.

'They lost Kyle Walker but they have a structure.

Levy declared that they are ready to pay the right amount for a player should he be made available, and that they are not handicapped by the massive investment in their new stadium, which is expected to set them back by a fee in the range of £750m ($976.5m).

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