No Time To Stop - Mauricio Pochettino Tells Spurs To Maintain Momentum


In doing so, however, the club will activate a clause that states the Belgian global can leave for £25m this summer instead of on a Bosman free transfer, should he not sign a new long-term deal beforehand. "It is the same situation as Jan [Vertonghen]", he said.

But Pochettino said it is still premature to talk of Tottenham as title contenders.

But, unlike Vertonghen, Alderweireld's extension includes a clause that allows him to leave for just £25m next summer until two weeks before the window closes. The 29-year-old had barely played at the back end of last season, despite being fit after a hamstring injury, as Pochettino appeared to freeze him out.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with several other clubs in the past six months including Real Madrid and Manchester United but he continues to look like he's enjoying life at the club.

He has been an important player as Spurs have made themselves Premier League contenders, with the 5-0 win over Bournemouth on Boxing Day taking them above Manchester City into second.

Spurs youngster Juan Foyth should get the opportunity to exorcise his demons, as he had a day to forget on his Premier League debut earlier this season against Wolves.

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"Anfield was fantastic, every game Liverpool play at Anfield is a party and that sometimes makes a difference", he said.

"They have a very good squad, good players, great manager and I think they are doing a great job there". But this morning he said to me: 'Gaffer I'm going to be ready.' I said: 'Relax, you need to train this morning and then we'll see tomorrow and assess you'.

A further clause states Tottenham would have to receive that £25million offer from another club 14 or more days before the end of the summer 2019 transfer window.

A few names have come forward for the lucrative role but the name of Mauricio Pochettino seems to be shining the brightest.

"All the teams in the Premier League we have to fear".