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Mauricio Pochettino urges Tottenham to come up with a definitive plan ahead of new season



Latest Spurs news: Mauricio Pochettino wants definitive plan at Tottenham ahead of the season

Mauricio Pochettino has given a warning about his future should Tottenham fail to properly plan ahead.

The former Southampton manager has worked wonders on a limited budget and has turned us into regular Champions League participants.

The Argentine has taken us to the final of the Champions League this season without spending in two transfer windows.

Pochettino spoke ahead of the final Premier League game of the season and was asked if he could take a sabbatical, as Pep Guardiola did, to return recharged.

The manager claimed that he was open to everything but he wants a plan in place at the club (h/t

“I am open for everything.

“What I think is I’m not open to start a new chapter with no plan or a clear idea.

“I am not open to start a new chapter with no plan, no clear idea and not being transparent, telling you and telling our fans what next, what is our objective, to stop talking about perception, about reality.”

A change in plans from the previous five years

Pochettino wanted more transparency with the fans knowing what the plan is and claimed Spurs have to operate in a different way.

The manager claimed that if Spurs are to reach the Champions League final every year, then they have to change the plan which has been in motion for the previous five years.

Pochettino was asked if he would leave if Daniel Levy’s plan did not match his expectations, and the Argentine claimed he wanted to be at the club but wanted to know what are the plans for the future.

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The Argentine has been excellent at Tottenham and losing him would be a big blow to the side. Levy has his work cut out in terms of keeping Poch, but we must first do our best against Liverpool in the Champions League final.


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