Pochettino unsure if Spurs will make any signings

Pochettino unsure if Spurs will make any signings

Pochettino unsure if Spurs will make any signings

A group of fans sent a proposal to Tottenham to encourage the team to play in Minnesota.

However, pre-season doesn't appear to be going too badly for Spurs...

Also in the International Champions Cup clash in Miami, Manchester United beat Real Madrid 2-1 after goals from Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera earned them a first 90-minute win of their United States trip. English clubs can not add more players after August 9, while other leagues have until the end of the month to make signings.

Tottenham might not have bought anybody so far but their situation is a world away from that of Newcastle and their transfer farce under Mike Ashley.

Llorente has less than a year remaining on his contract with Spurs. "They come in and want to play". Pochettino was left to reflect on the positives and negatives. The Vikings players took shots on Vorm, Tottenham's goalkeeper, into a soccer goal set up on the field. Christian Eriksen says the World Cup proved that Tottenham have some great talent.

"I can not tell you if we're going to sign one, zero or two or three or four. But the World Cup is definitely a good place to show that when you're at Tottenham you can be a top player".

'Monday, this Monday morning they will start their job on the training ground.

"If you look at our squad, we've still got young players".

But Davies feels the squad's experience of adapting to Wembley, and the fact the club and supporters will be back in their own territory, will speed up the settling-in process. That is so, so clear. After many years in football, I think nothing's going to change if you have different moods or humor. "Nothing is going to actually prepare us for what we're going into but when there's 58,000 Spurs fans in there I'm sure it's going to feel like home quick enough".

"Of course, it's not our fault".

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"That is the reality that is for us a massive challenge, because for us it never happened before and we need to be careful".

Has this tour been as much about the young players showing what they can do as the injuries?

The Argentinean has always had a strong relationship with Head of Coaching and Player Development John McDermott and his latest comments could suggest more members of the under-23s could play for the senior side this season.

"Of course we are going to compete with big sides and they are doing a lot of business", he stated. We're calm but they showed they have the potential to be consistent in first team'.

Nine Spurs players reached the semifinals in Russian Federation, while captain Hugo Lloris went on to win the World Cup with France for the first time in 20 years.

This tour has provided youngsters like Amos and Skipp with a chance, and they have seized it. On and off the pitch - that is so important. The Premier League power has a 10-year agreement with the NFL which allows for the team's stadium to host a minimum of two regular-season NFL games annually.

If the injuries don't clear up, would you be anxious about playing Luke Amos against Newcastle or putting him on the bench?

"Last season I told you some numbers, but this season we don't know". And that is why any of us who work around him think it is grossly unfair'. Football is about energy - respecting yourself, your team-mates, the team, being professional.

Spurs held on to take a 1-0 victory that puts them on top of the table with seven points having played their three matches.

Pochettino added: "I am happy with the performance more than the result".

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