Spurs boss Pochettino maintains Levy support: He's my friend

Ruben Hill
October 10, 2019

Eriksen was one of several Spurs stars linked with a move away from the club during the window, with Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain all having been tipped to head for the exit door.

Spurs crashed out of the Carabao Cup to Sky Bet League Two side Colchester, before suffering a 7-2 thrashing at home to Bayern Munich in the Champions League and a 3-0 defeat at Brighton in the Premier League.

"It doesn't matter at all".

Tottenham Hotspur is not a happy place to be now with multiple players and the manager, Mauricio Pochettino, all being linked with moves away from the club after a awful start to the season.

The former Southampton boss is beginning to come under pressure for the first time since he moved to north London in 2014, although he continues to enjoy a positive relationship with chairman Daniel Levy.

'If I took all the rumours to me, I would float on a cloud.

Unsettled playmaker Christian Eriksen will also be allowed to leave, the Danish global having entered the final year of his contract in North London and has shown no interest in extending his stay at the club, with Manchester United and Real Madrid supposedly interested.

"It's definitely my hardest time right now at Tottenham", Eriksen told Danish news outlet Ekstra Bladet while on worldwide duty. "It does not affect me what is written".

"Expectations for us are at a completely different level now".

The report adds that Spurs players feel overworked and underpaid, especially after reaching the final of Champions League last season. But the reason for our results is actually hard to answer. "But we have also been unlucky".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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