European defeat fires up Spurs for new season

Tanya Simon
July 20, 2019

Despite this, Spurs are still being heavily linked with a move for Giovani Lo Celso from Real Betis and it is unlikely for the Lilywhites to keep Eriksen should the Argentine join.

Tottenham boss Pochettino has been open about Trippier's exit - and said it was the player that was keen for a new challenge, rather than the club pushing him out the door.

Head coach Mauricio Pochettino admits he could have quit the job had Tottenham won the Champions League.

England left-back Rose, who is contracted to Spurs until 2021, has not got anything lined up and will not be forced into accepting any offer he is unsure about.

Of course, maybe with a different result after the final you can think 'okay, maybe it's a moment to step out of the club and give the club the possibility of a really new chapter with a new coaching staff.

"I love a big challenge and a hard challenge". I'm a happy man, working with 25 players, always.

"It was his decision with the club and medical staff", commented Pochettino.

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"We've had the summer to reflect and before the start of every season you are more excited about the season ahead than looking into the past".

Football Insider have now claimed that Tottenham will finalise the deal next week for an estimated fee of £25million, which will be a blow to Scott Parker's hopes of an instant return to the Premier League. Serie A clubs have until August 23, while the transfer windows in Spain, France and Germany shut on September 2.

"It's still hard and tough and difficult, but we need to move on".

The Lilywhites have travelled to Asia as they prepare for the International Champions Cup, with their first fixture coming against Juventus in Singapore on 21st July.

"But of course, last week we started to train, motivate ourselves again and look forward to another season".

"Spurs are a massive inspiration for some teams", he said. We came so close to win, we deserved to win and against a great team like Liverpool.

The England global added that the team have built on their progress over the last five years and are looking for further improvement.

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