Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy says that manager Mauricio Pochettino is the best boss he has had under him during his time at the club and that no players will be sold without the Argentine’s permission.
The former Southampton manager made the move from the Saints to Spurs back in 2014, replacing Tim Sherwood at the helm, and has gone on to establish himself as a top class coach while in north London as a result of the club’s growth and success.
Levy, who has been in charge of the Lilywhites since 2001, had seen no less than eight managers through the door at White Hart Lane, as well as a handful of caretaker bosses in between permanent appointments, but has said that Pochettino is by far and away the best he has worked with.
As quoted in the minutes of a meeting between the board and the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust, on the THST’s website, it is said that the British businessman and former Argentinian international “see eye to eye” and that no players would be sold in the transfer market that Pochettino did not want to see depart, which fans will be delighted to hear after much speculation over the futures of some of their stars.
Levy also insisted that Spurs were a “different club” to the selling side of previous years, with no sales and the signing of former PSG winger Lucas Moura during the January window.
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