A select round-up of the latest Tottenham Hotspur transfer news...
Pochettino is under contract at White Hart Lane until 2022, and it would seem he is extremely content in his job at North London and not looking to move on anytime soon.
Having said that, leading your nation is often cited as the pinnacle of a manager’s career and Argentina’s current batch of superstars such as Lionel Messi and Angel d Maria must be hard to resist.
The report also names Diego Simeone and new Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli as options.
French publication L’Equipe claim Lyon have expressed an interest in signing Clinton N’Jie.
The 22-year-old joined Spurs at the start of last seaosn but ultimately struggled to break in to the first-team, featuring roughly for only 184 minutes of Premier League action last term.
Marseille are also said to be keen on the player, with the southern French side looking at a loan deal.
Another player linked with an exit is Tottenham defender Federico Fazio, yet reported suitors Espanyol look to be getting cold feet over a deal as they seek different alternatives.
Mundo Deportivo claim Espanyol are struggling to meet the North London club’s demands for the player, and as such have switched their sights to fellow targets Ivan Marcano and Alvaro Dominguez.
Finally, Tottenham have confirmed their squad for the upcoming tour of Australia, via their offical website.
A full list can be seen below, and there are a number of notable inclusions and absentees:
Luke Amos, Dominic Ball, Tom Carroll, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Nacer Chadli, Marcus Edwards, Christian Eriksen, Tom Glover, Shayon Harrison, Vincent Janssen, Erik Lamela, Ryan Mason, Luke McGee, Will Miller, Josh Onomah, Heung-Min Son, Kieran Trippier, Michel Vorm, Kyle Walker-Peters, Anton Walkes, Victor Wanyama, Kevin Wimmer, Harry Winks, DeAndre Yedlin
Absent for Euro 2016 reasons: Hugo Lloris, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen (injured), Harry Kane, Eric Dier, Ben Davies, Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Dele Alli, Moussa Dembele.
Absent for other reasons: Clinton N'Jie, incoming signing Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, Alex Pritchard, Grant Ward, Nabil Bentaleb, Federico Fazio.