The manager faces a tricky-looking summer of restructuring with money tight and he may have lost leverage with Daniel Levy
Those close to Mauricio Pochettino have described it as a ridiculously intense 10-day period, when he and his coaching staff were locked so deeply into talks about Tottenham’s immediate future that it was a struggle for them to come up for air.
It was the end of last season and Pochettino had given a pointer as to what was on his mind after the wild 5-4 victory against Leicester at Wembley, which secured a third consecutive top-three Premier League finish to add to Champions League qualification.
Source: Football News
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