Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino, has been particularly outspoken about his role at the club this week, stating that his role should be changed back to head coach (Guardian).
Pochettino’s job title was switched from coach to manager back in 2016 when he signed a new contract with the club.
However, he no longer feels as if he is in charge of transfer situations at the North London club, with Spurs seemingly stalling in the market after two early purchases (BBC).
However, a new report from the Telegraph has shed some light on the situation at Spurs. It firstly states that Spurs are not interested in changing Poch’s role at the club.
Pochettino is apparently part of a four-man transfer team at Tottenham, along with chairman Daniel Levy, head scout Steve Hitchen, and head of development John McDermott.
The Argentine also reportedly has a say on all transfers at Spurs and played an integral part in landing Ndombele, as well as selling Kieran Trippier.
Daniel Levy will apparently now work closely with Poch over the next couple of weeks to secure two more signings for Tottenham before the deadline.
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