Pochettino: Spurs must be courageous in transfer window

Pochettino: Spurs must be courageous in transfer window

Pochettino: Spurs must be courageous in transfer window

"This club needs stability". Of course the ambition of the club will be to win and maybe now we are little bit disappointed and frustrated because we are close, but that is only the first step - to challenge with the big sides that invest more than us. "But you know me and sometimes I have some insane ideas", said Pochettino. Our fans need to know what we are going to do to feel the reality of the club, and we need to tell the truth and create an expectation that we can achieve.

The Spurs boss has spent four seasons in north London and has made huge strides with his side.

The Argentinean revealed he has specific ideas for what Tottenham need to do during the summer.

'If we want to play and be real contenders for big, big trophies, yes, we need to review a little. After Saturday, we go on vacation and then we will see next season'.

"Until now it was so hard to talk about the future, of course from now we need to decide the way of how we are going to operate in the future".

"I depend on my bosses, and it is healthy for myself, the club, and the fans to think you lose your job tomorrow. But you know me and sometimes I have some insane ideas".

In terms of incomings, Wilfried Zaha (£50m), Ryan Sessegnon (£50m) and Anthony Martial are mentioned.

There will also be a need to replace Alderweireld, with Matthijs de Ligt and Jamaal Lascelles the two most viable options.

Equally crucial to Pochettino's plans are persuading the club's other key players to commit to Spurs.

"You need to be courageous".

"And this season, again, despite playing at Wembley and many things from the beginning, still (for) some the situation is that, 'Oh yes, but the team needs to win some titles'".

"It is the moment the club need to take risks".

The former defender will also be looking for Levy to support him in offering current stars new deals, as he will want to tie down the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier and Hugo Lloris before they all fly out to Russian Federation for the World Cup.

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