Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that he is not worried about his clubs lack of transfer activity so far this summer.
When the highly rated Argentine coach signed a new long term deal with Spurs recently it was widely reported that he had demanded a £150 million transfer kitty and an end of Chairman Daniel Levy’s notorious habit of always leaving his transfer business until in and around deadline day.
However, with less than two weeks to go, Spurs have still not signed any new players, although Pochettino seems unfazed by the situation:
“We’re working hard trying to improve the squad,” Pochettino told a pre-season press conference in America.
“The market has only started to move very quickly after the World Cup. Be sure that we are going to do some movement but like always, we’re working hard – no rash decisions.
“I’m not worried, I’m happy preparing the team to arrive in the best condition for the first Premier League game.”