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Tottenham fans on Twitter unconvinced with Pochettino’s transfer message

Tottenham fans on Twitter unconvinced with Pochettino’s transfer message

Tottenham take a 1-0 lead into their Carabao Cup semi-final second-leg clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge tonight following their first-leg victory at Wembley earlier this month.

And speaking ahead of the game, Mauricio Pochettino, who will be forced to field a side without the injured Harry Kane and Dele Alli, has told reporters he is keen to see the arrival of some new faces before the transfer window closes.

“It’s so clear. I am so open to looking to improve,” Pochettino was quoted saying by Reuters. “I was open in the summer and I am open now, but the reality is the difficulty in bringing in someone who can help or improve us. We’ll see what happens,” the Tottenham boss added.

Ultimately, even before Kane and Alli’s injuries and Son Heung-min’s departure to the Asian Cup, the north London club could have done with an addition or two as they challenge on all fronts.

Given chairman Daniel Levy’s track record, though, Tottenham supporters will probably not be expecting much come the end of the month.

You can have a look at what they have had to say on Pochettino’s recent comments here…

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