Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has been quoted by London based newspaper City AM clarifying the club’s transfer plans for the rest of the current window.
The boss has suggested that there won’t be any players leaving over the next couple of weeks, but hasn’t provided any update on potential incomings and he’s given a defiant message that things aren’t going to change.
“Any player is [not] for sale. We want to keep all players because we need all players, a strong squad. No more comment about that because I repeat always the same: I am happy with the squad,” said Pochettino.
The rumours over possible departures from Spurs have been flying around left, right and centre.
The Daily Mail has carried details about reported interest from Bayer Leverkusen in signing Roberto Soldado, while the Daily Mirror claims Aaron Lennon could be used in a deal to help Spurs sign Kevin Mirallas from Everton.
The man who has a huge say on these matters is the manager and he’s implied that if people keeping asking him questions about players possibly leaving, he’ll carry on giving the same answers.
In terms of the players coming in at Spurs, it remains to be seen where the club puts any cash in the market.