He's The Boss - Mauricio Pochettino Says Respect Daniel Levy's Words

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Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy insists the club will not sell any of their star players before the beginning of next season.

The Spurs manager admitted that the club had to play its part in ensuring that the striker had no need to cast envious glances elsewhere or even choose to leave for a new challenge. Notably, Tottenham hasn't been involved in any transfer this month.

Domestically it's been a disappointing season for Tottenham Hotspur so far and they now find themselves fifth in the Premier League - three points adrift from the top four and incredibly 21 away from runaway-leaders Manchester City. Everton is getting killed by their -9 goal differential. If he was talking in this way it's because he's confident to deliver it for the club.

Los Blancos have previously seen the Tottenham supremo, who has earned a reputation as a tough negotiator, prove no pushover in the signings of Luka Modric and Gareth Bale from the North London club. Having scored two successive hat tricks last December, it's easy to see why many people are already drawing comparisons between Richards and Kane.

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Tottenham have allowed out-of-favour winger Georges-Kevin Nkoudou to join Burnley on loan until the end of the season but have yet to bring in any additions in January. However, they are still scoring goals and their signing of Tosun will only improve them going forward so we're going for Spurs to win and both teams to net. A trip to Wembley could prove to be an inspiring moment in their campaign as they travel to face a team they've failed to beat in each of their last ten attempts. He's still very much a fan favorite amongst Spurs fans and is sure to receive a very warm welcome by the Tottenham faithful when the teams take the field at Wembley on Saturday.

If the clock is ticking on his Spurs future, then it is also ticking on his time in the Premier League.

The duo have had some enthralling meetings down the years and the clash in the capital could prove to be yet another tasty affair between the Premier League sides.

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