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Pochettino unfazed by Spurs’ quiet transfer window

09 August 2018

"Maybe some players will stay here to try to reach the level, to give more time, for different reasons - because maybe we don't want to take risks, because they need more preparation, because the background or history of their injuries is different".

Manchester United lured there new players to the Old Trafford in June, namely, Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant.

"Of course it's hard to understand for people that Tottenham didn't sign or sell a player, but sometimes in football you need to behave differently and we're happy with our squad".

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"I can understand there is some speculation because we have good players and they are interesting for some other teams". People always ask: 'Why always Lukaku?' Well, now they know why always Lukaku, and why always this player and why always that player.

Mauricio Pochettino claiming it is "advantage Newcastle", what with us having nobody in the later stages of this summer's competition. I'm sure we're going to be competitive. "We were not able to motivate ourselves".

The close of the transfer window is just days away and Manchester United still have business to do.

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A public declaration from Martial's agent Philippe Lamboley confirming his client wanted to leave United soon followed, with Tottenham given encouragement from the French striker's camp that he would welcome a move to north London.

Spurs are believed to be looking for £60m and former United defender Rio Ferdinand has urged Mourinho to go for the Belgian over Maguire.

There is plenty of Manchester United and Arsenal gossip doing the rounds in the papers with the English giants linked with a whole host of star names ahead of deadline day.

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He is particularly pleased with the work they have done to extend the contract of World Cup Golden Boot victor Kane, who had been linked to Manchester United and Real Madrid. It's important to keep our players and to add some more good players to strengthen the team.

Pochettino unfazed by Spurs’ quiet transfer window