Pochettino demands £150 transfer war chest to turn Spurs into title contenders

Pochettino demands £150 transfer war chest to turn Spurs into title contenders

Kelechi Iheanacho's stunner put Leicester two clear just after halftime but it provoked a furious Spurs response in which Erik Lamela struck twice either side of an own goal by Christian Fuchs who deflected Lamela's shot in off his knee.

Roman Abramovich has identified Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino as the ideal candidate to take over from Antonio Conte.

The Spurs manager spoke about the need for the club to come up with different ways to compete with the best teams in the Premier League after the 2017/18 campaign ended on Sunday with a 5-4 win over Leicester City at Wembley Stadium.

"You need to be courageous".

Pochettino said he sometimes has "crazy ideas" but hoped Levy would be on the same page. Being in that senior working environment every day can only help you to get better and I think when I've been given my opportunities, I've been able to show my improvement and help the team to win games.

But the club have not won a trophy since the League Cup in 2008, and have spent less than their top-six rivals.

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"I think Daniel is going to listen, of course".

According to the Telegraph, the 22-year-old striker has been on Pochettino's radar for some time now, and the Spurs boss is planning a £150million squad overhaul this summer to take Tottenham to the next level.

Rose's future has been in doubt ever since his explosive interview last summer in which he criticised Tottenham's transfer policy and wage structure.

Pochettino has been widely praised for breaking into the top four on a consistent basis, but insists much more needs to be done if he is to lift his first trophy as a coach next season.

"I don't know if the club will agree with me or not, but we are going to talk next week to create what I think we need to do together again, to try to improve".

Pochettino, who still has three years left on his current contract, can be backed out at 25/1 (Paddy Power) to embark on one of the biggest managerial moves in the history of football, although we suggest that you look elsewhere in the Next Chelsea Manager Market. "We need to create dreams that will be possible to achieve".

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