Spurs can not compete with rivals in transfer window - Pochettino

Spurs can not compete with rivals in transfer window - Pochettino

TOTTENHAM manager Mauricio Pochettino has dismissed reports linking him to Inter Milan, revealing there is no release clause in his contract and he will still be in charge of Spurs next season.

However, Pochettino's men secured second and in turn their best-ever Premier League finish with a fine 2-1 win over Manchester United on Sunday, their final ever game at White Hart Lane, and they'll be confident of getting another three points at the King Power Stadium on Thursday.

He has climbed to the top the tally with 26 goals in the season, two ahead of Everton's Romelu Lukaku. "But it's true that Harry Kane is our main striker and one of the best in the world", he said. We can not lie to you. But we are so, so, so, so calm about our key players and they are very happy here. "We are building a very exciting project". "We feel so proud of Harry, to score four goals was fantastic", Sport24 quoted Pochettino as saying.

Kane's opener was set up by Son Heung-min, who scored Tottenham's other two goals against deposed champion Leicester to become the highest-scoring South Korean in a single European season. He means a lot for the team.

"I think there were three games I did not score in (at the start of the season) and then I went on a good run".

After the Tottenham game, Leicester host Bournemouth in their final fixture on Sunday. With two home games left the fans expect to see good performances.

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Addressing the press before Mourinho, Wenger had played down the significance of his first league victory over the Portuguese. Michael Carrick is "desperate" to end the season - and perhaps his Manchester United career - with Europa League glory.

Maguire has impressed thus far this season, despite Hull's problems, and has been heavily linked with a summer exit to a bigger club, with Spurs reportedly interested.

"We have different options, maybe we will change the formation".

Last year, Leicester City stunned everyone to steal the silverware, while this season Chelsea returned to the top of the table after an anomalous campaign which saw them finish tenth.

"We won't be doing a lot of training in the next few days", the Foxes boss said during a press conference. If we are consistent to push, push, push I think we will achieve what we want - that is to win trophies.

Twelve months ago, Tottenham and Leicester City we fighting one of the greatest battles in footballing history and although now that battle does not exist anymore, a game between these two sides should still be one which is great for the neutral viewer.

Spurs opted to select Moussa Sissoko at right wing-back, against Leicester and ended the game 6-1 winners.