Established internationals like Roberto Soldado, Paulinho and Moussa Sissoko have tended to flop at Spurs.
Ross Barkley, who has been told he is free to leave Everton this summer, is reportedly on the club's radar however, with Pochettino urging fans to be patient and see what happens during the final 20 days of the window.
Antonio Conte's comments about the "crazy transfer market" this summer highlight the lack of depth in the Chelsea squad and I don't see them as obvious champions, particularly with the extra challenge of European football and the fact it's hugely hard to defend a Premier League title.
"That is not a joke".
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"And when you sign a player like Eric Dier, who is an worldwide today when no one knew him before".
The core of talented, young, English stars such as Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Harry Kane.
Tottenham finished third in 2015-16 and second last season and, asked whether they could go one better and win the Premier League, Pochettino added: "Of course".
"Over the last five years Tottenham have always signed players and spent money at the end of the window", he said. "But it's ok - look now!"
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And it's claimed German star Ozil is now ready to put pen to paper on a new £225,000-a-week deal with the north London club. But Leicester , which so astonishingly won the league in 2016, couldn't hold on for its first win at Arsenal since 1973.
Wenger believes any Spurs anxiety about playing at the ground is simply psychological but he does feel they will struggle to generate capacity crowds of 90,000 fans throughout the coming campaign.
Pochettino, who was speaking at a news conference ahead of Sunday's Premier League opener at Newcastle, took the unusual step of answering numerous questions in Spanish, asking his assistant Jesus Perez to translate. No, no, no. I'm exhausted. I don't understand why I have to answer this question because the player has [shown] regret and has apologised for that he said regarding everything.
"I think we're improving, we're learning and the evolution of the team is fantastic, but now I think we have ahead a big challenge because it's not only to fight with the big clubs. but another thing is to try to make home, Wembley", he said.
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Smith survived the shooting despite suffering two broken arm bones and a life threatening wound to his neck. The Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor's Office shared the entire video taken on Officer Smith's glasses.
"I will say this too, I will play up north". That new stadium is expected to greatly increase the club's revenue in upcoming years, which will hopefully put the club on more equal footing with the biggest clubs in the league, and allow it to offer better wages and transfer fees to its players.
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