Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam suggested on MOTD2 Extra on Sunday (February 28) that Tottenham Hotspur could struggle to keep hold of head coach Mauricio Pochettino.
Pochettino was appointed the Tottenham head coach in the summer of 2014 and has a contract until June 2019.
The former Southampton boss’s work at White Hart Lane has reportedly attracted attention from top clubs in England, with The London Evening Standard reporting in January that both Chelsea and Manchester United have long-term interest in the 43-year-old.
Adam believes that the big question for Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is whether he can keep hold of Pochettino beyond the summer.
The Stoke midfielder said on MOTD2 Extra on Sunday (February 28): ”If they do get into the Champions League, that’s a success, but will he be there next summer? Will someone else come and take him?
“That’s the big decision for Daniel Levy - can he keep hold of him if one of the so-called bigger ones come and take him?”
Pochettino is one of the best managers in the Premier League at the moment, and perhaps it would be wise of him to remain at White Hart Lane.
The Argentine has built a squad in his own image at Spurs which has the potential to achieve great things in the coming years.