Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

He's The Boss - Mauricio Pochettino Says Respect Daniel Levy's Words

He's The Boss - Mauricio Pochettino Says Respect Daniel Levy's Words

The Danish global has been vital for manager Mauricio Pochettino as a creative force, and given that links with Barcelona appear to emerge every few months, it's no wonder that Spurs want to keep him.

Kane said last weekend he was happy at Spurs but added his boyhood team needs to continue to make progress and start winning titles.

Tottenham chairperson Daniel Levy has promised that the North London club will not let their best players leave this summer.

Spurs have twice been forced to revise the original £400m budget for their new stadium, adjacent to White Hart Lane, with the project, due for completion this year, now expected to cost around £1bn.

"Maybe in five minutes, something happens".

Eriksen is a virtual ever-present in the Tottenham starting XI and his link-up play with Kane is essential for the club in the final third.

He said: "Until now, before the press conference, there is nothing close".

Kane remains firmly on course to win the Premier League's Golden Boot for a third successive season, with his latest double taking him onto 20 goals for the campaign - three more than Liverpool's Mohamed Salah.

"Personally, I never look next to me at what another team is doing".

'It's hard to keep secrets, ' he said.

"Or, like Liverpool or Barca, they pay a lot of money and you can not stop the players like Van Dijk and Coutinho".

"That is the situation of this transfer window and that is why it is always hard".

Everton will aim on ending their winless streak when they travel to Wembley to face Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday night.

Midfielder Harry Winks is a doubt against Everton because of an ankle injury, Rose is set to miss out because of a knee problem while centre-back Toby Alderweireld is working his way towards a comeback from a hamstring tear sustained in early November.

Kane, who earns £100,000 a week, has four years to run on...

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