Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Alli Not Guaranteeing Future At Tottenham

Alli Not Guaranteeing Future At Tottenham

Pochettino arrived at White Hart Lane from Southampton in May 2014 on a five-year deal and has mounted a genuine title challenge in each of the past two seasons. Then you start to lose games because you were irresponsible but we were so kind to give so much holidays. They want to be in Champions League football.

His side were eventual champions Chelsea's only serious challengers for the past weeks just as they were Leicester's last season before a drastic loss of form in their final few games allowed Arsenal to push them into third on the last day of the season.

We get the feeling that it's going to be a stressful summer for Spurs fans. He is probably number one because he is an absolutely fantastic manager. We're a good club now. "We're all disappointed that we couldn't do it in the end and win the league", Alli added. To go where? Where would they go? They are excited to the future of the club.

"Chelsea, they're very up and down".

"I was looking to get one or two goals at least and then hopefully take it into the last game, now I'm in the driving seat at the minute but there's still one game to play so I'm not resting on my laurels. So much so that a year ago the anomaly was that Leicester were able to take advantage of the misfortune of all the top clubs that weren't really playing their top performance".

"There is no reason to leave", he said.

Harry Redknapp has signed a one-year deal to stay on at Championship side Birmingham City after helping them escape relegation, the club said yesterday.

Spurs are already mathematically assured of second place after beating Manchester United in Sunday's White Hart Lane finale.

Pochettino has made Tottenham a force to be reckoned with in England's top flight ever since he took over at the North London club in July 2015. "After I retired, the club lost a bit of that identity", he told the Evening Standard. I built the south stand. It's just the way I am.

"It's a special bond and I don't think you always get that at clubs, that's why we've got to hold onto that, make that motivate us to hopefully be out there next year at Wembley lifting a Premier League together". I've seen all the plans and everything and watched it grow.

"Football is more than spending money or bringing in big players".

Asked whether he would target players the Premier League big boys would not because of the gulf in budgets, Pochettino said: "Yes, Of course". You play for your pride.

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