Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has said that he doesn’t want to discuss the possible transfer of Tottenham players. The likes of Toby Alderweireld and Christian Eriksen have both been under the radar of other top clubs lately.
Alderweireld started in Tottenham’s 3-1 win over Fulham yesterday, making his first appearance of the Premier League. When asked about the Belgian’s future, Pochettino said, “Many things have happened in the past. I am so tired to talk. I understand players that don’t play can be disappointed. I am not going to waste time talking about individual situations. When players sign a contract, they sign to be available and show the manager they are set to play.”
Pochettino also said that the players who are unhappy at the club are welcome to leave. He said, “I want players committed to the team. If players are not happy, they can leave. I am so open to players if they want to leave. If they are going to be here, I want commitment. If not, we can find a solution. Players that don’t play need to wait for me to be sacked or find a solution. The club is not going to put pressure on me, otherwise I go home.”
Tottenham will have a tough task ahead in their next Premier League fixture as they take on Manchester United at Old Trafford next Monday.