Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has seen his side’s progress in the transfer window slow slightly.



Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has told Football London that he said to Daniel Levy that he will be happy with whatever squad he is provided this summer.

Tottenham made a bright start to the transfer window, snapping up Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Clarke in the same week.

The signing of Ndombele has caused particular excitement, as the French international is one of the outstanding midfielders in world football.

Tottenham’s progress in the transfer market has stalled since then though.

Spurs recently sold Kieran Trippier, and they have not made any further additions.

And Pochettino said: “I told Daniel during the flight from London that I will be happy with the squad that you are going to provide me to work with.

“I’m always happy. I’m a happy man, working with 25 players, always. We are going to have 25 players to work with. Always I was happy and I’m going to be happy. That is my nature.”

Pochettino’s decision to allow Trippier to go has caused some controversy, as there are fears that they could now be left short at right-back.

Tottenham are still being linked with a whole host of transfer targets, but whether they will get more additions over the line remains to be seen.

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