Published: Fri, October 19, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Tottenham not prepared to compromise ethos to make signings - Pochettino

Tottenham not prepared to compromise ethos to make signings - Pochettino

Rose will also sit out the West Ham clash on Saturday as he's still working his way back from a groin problem but the Tottenham manager has revealed the left-back should be back in training next week.

"It was a good time for us because we are going to recover a few players like Christian and Mousa Dembele", Pochettino said.

However, Alli will miss the trip to the London Stadium this weekend as the midfielder is still nursing a hamstring injury that has kept him on the sidelines since September, but Pochettino has suggested the England global will be back in around 10 days time.

Tottenham were the only Premier League club not to recruit in the summer and chairman Daniel Levy told fans at the club's Supporters' Trust last week that this had not been linked to the new £850million stadium.

"Jan Vertonghen is a little bit longer".

"If you want to sign Player X and you ask for him and it's £100 million, well I have money but not enough to sign what we need or what we want". 'It is so important to have almost all the squad fit to compete and give us options to rotate and share the games'.

Levy said Pochettino did not want to sign anyone for the sake of it and felt he had sufficient numbers.

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Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino insists that it is important to have players returning from injury ahead of a hard schedule coming up in the next few months. That was impossible. I was happy and am happy with the squad that I have, 25 players.

Spurs, who became the first side not to make a summer signing since the transfer window was established, have equalled their best-ever start in the Premier League, with 18 points from eight games. "We are happy but we are trying to improve, trying to be ambitious and be top of the table".

The Spurs boss has already identified the three men he wants to bring to the club, and if he manages to sign them all, he could need to outlay around £100m in total.

Tottenham travel to West Ham on Saturday just two points off the top of the Premier League table, but their overall form has been mixed and their 1-0 home win over bottom side Cardiff before the global break was unconvincing.

"I think we were very unlucky not to take something from Brighton, but if you don't score the chances you have you normally lose the game".

"I am not surprised", Pochettino said. "Different types of club have the possibility to sign because it is so healthy, the financial [situation] in the Premier League".

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