Tottenham boss Pochettino happy to keep Alderweireld

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"We are a club that our decision was not to sign, though it is the fashion to sign or because we are the only club in Europe that has not signed players".

Fulham signalled its determination to stay in the Premier League by becoming the first promoted team to spend over 100 million pounds ($128 million) in the summer transfer window.

"Of course it's hard to understand for people in football that Tottenham didn't sign or sell players but sometimes in football you need to behave differently".

Tottenham Hotspur failed to lure Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish to north London on deadline day and now the Championship side are reportedly preparing a new contract - and some Spurs fans have criticised chairman Daniel Levy. We didn't sell players and with 25 in the squad it is hard to add. It's about if you really need them or not and then if you can get your target or not.

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Mauricio Pochettino ended last season seemingly hopeful of retaining the bulk of his squad but also keen to bring in some new box office players to light up the club's new stadium.

"If you can't add a player that can improve your squad, the most important thing is to make sure you do not lose your best players and I think that was a great job from the club to keep the best players and the manager".

"I am so happy with the way they came back to training on Monday".

"With Brexit it is worse because the cost is 30 percent more - that is a drama, I feel sorry for the English people - and then keeping the best players, for me [that] is to be fearless".

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The 46-year-old is refusing to panic about the lack of arrivals and insists he is happy with the direction the club is heading in.

The Tottenham manager had challenged his club to be "brave and take risks" when asked what Tottenham needed to do to improve their squad.

"Of course it's hard to understand for people that Tottenham didn't sign or sell players, but sometimes in football you need to behave differently. We all know the situation". "I have no doubt we are going to be competitive, with or without signings".

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