Mauricio Pochettino Opens Up on Future at Tottenham Amid Real Madrid Rumours

Postado Novembro 10, 2018

"In England, you have a lot of...you...you have some very good things here but there are things you need to improve with your players", he said.

Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Winks is bundled to the floor during the Champions League Group B match at Wembley Stadium against Barcelona (pic: Mike Egerton/PA Images).

Spurs head to Selhurst Park looking to make it four wins in a row in all competitions after Tuesday's dramatic 2-1 victory over PSV in Group B of the Champions League. That is why we were talking before about Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen and worldwide duty. I think he's now starting to be really mature, because he's still young.

"I understand we need to sacrifice some games for some players so they can cope with the demand in the future". If you see our schedule for the next few months it will be so tough.

Kane has rolled up eight goals in 11 games since his slow start, and while that would come as a blessing to many managers, Pochettino believes Kane's obsession with scoring actually hinders the England star's overall play when he isn't finding the net regularly.

It is true. If Harry Kane is Italian and playing for the Italian side he will be a bit more protected because the Italian people are more protective of their players.

"It is hard to push but when they are there they try to keep up there".

Kane's burning desire for goals was highlighted last season when he was ridiculed for his attempts to claim a goal at Stoke - one which was eventually awarded to him by the Premier League. That rumour you tell me and the opposite appeared [in the media] the other day.

"The most important thing is when you players start to feel pressure from their team-mates pushing you to move and be conscious and responsible to increase your level".