Pochettino claims Tottenham can not compete with Manchester clubs in transfer market

Pochettino claims Tottenham can not compete with Manchester clubs in transfer market

Pochettino said that Guardiola was "excited" after his side's victory over Chelsea, and joked that he struggled to "keep his position and be a gentleman".

Guardiola regularly praised a host of Tottenham players last season and sanctioned a move in the region of £50million to secure Spurs' England full-back Kyle Walker during the transfer window.

"I take that situation as that didn't affect me but the reality is it was very disrespectful for many people and it's hard to understand because he was part of the big success at Barcelona with Messi at his best, and I never said it was "the Messi team".

"[Guardiola] was part of the big success at Barcelona and I never said it was 'the Lionel Messi team, '" Pochettino said on Friday. Although the two haven't spoken since Guardiola's comments, Pochettino believes the two can talk things over. "It was disrespectful for many", Pochettino said.

That didn't affect me but the reality is it was very disrespectful for many people.

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All this is thanks to the trust and faith shown in young English players by the Spurs boss, which other Premier League managers seem to fall well short of doing. He hasn't called me yet. "I'm sure I will reply", he added.

"We kept Jamie Vardy quiet who's another good striker in our last game and if we can do that again we'll be happy".

"Of course, it's a sad comment".

Eriksen is one of the best and most creative midfielders in the world, and the Denmark global will be key to Spurs' chances of picking up all three points against Bournemouth.

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