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'Three-nil would've been fair' - Pochettino enjoys comfortable Tottenham victory

14 August 2017

"Nobody wants results like that against anybody, but we're a different team to what we were then and hopefully we've grown and we can show that this weekend".

"For sure we're going to spend", he said.

Talks were held in Amsterdam yesterday and the White Hart Lane outfit are confident a deal will be agreed this week.

Lots of people are claiming it is fantastic business by Tottenham to receive huge funds and just bring through youth players.

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With Rose now injured, the Tottenham number 33 has a good chance to start the season well and build confidence, which would force his rival to kick his heels on the bench even when he is fit. It's thought that despite the apology the player is still keen on making a potential transfer happen, though it's doubtful that the club would part with one of their key assets this summer.

Danny Rose has apologized to Tottenham for his "unprofessional" interview with The Sun on Wednesday.

Pochettino, meanwhile, has played down concerns that playing at Wembley this season, while the construction of their new stadium is completed, will derail a title bid.

The 27-year-old England global has been a mainstay at left back for Spurs since the 2013-14 campaign, although he missed the back-end of last season after sustaining a knee injury in January. Two goals from their star summer signing striker Mounie, helping to give a 3-0 win at Selhurst Park and three points.

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"Chairman Daniel Levy is working hard with the chief scout [Steve Hitchen], we are working hard to deliver and try to add the strength we need to fight in four competitions next season. We have some of them, but I don't think we will have too many new faces on the pitch, because we don't have too many, to be fair", he said.

"I don't think it's a matter to joke about because with some of the worldwide players, maybe one or two years ago, none of us knew them very well".

"Dwight Gayle was doing really well past year".

"Not just because they will be better, but we need bodies".

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Having enjoyed unprecedented success with Borussia Dortmund, Klopp has proved he can beat the odds before, but winning Liverpool's first title since 1990 would be the 50-year-old's finest achievement.

'Three-nil would've been fair' - Pochettino enjoys comfortable Tottenham victory