Mauricio Pochettino has warned that Tottenham Hotspur could face another relatively quiet January transfer window.
Spurs have enjoyed one of their best starts to a Premier League campaign and the manager believes that should that continue, it could limit any potential incomings to the club.
Pochettino has distanced himself from speculation that he could be set to go on a spending spree. Spurs became the first club in Premier League history not to sign any new players during the summer transfer window.
Even though the window doesn’t open until January 1st, the club have already been linked with a host of potential signings including, Ajax’s Frenkie de Jong, Bournemouth’s Nathan Ake, Lyon’s Tanguy Ndombele and Burnley’s Nick Pope.
The Spurs boss has called for calm and insists that they need to be careful when approaching the upcoming window. Naturally, it won’t be all about incomings as Pochettino will be looking to also manage any departures from the club with some fans expecting the likes of Vincent Janssen to move onto pastures new.
Pochettino told Football365: “We need to be careful how we manage January,”
“It is not a window where you can do many things and not affect the dynamic of the team and the group.
“If you are doing well and you arrive in January, no one is going to change too much.”