Pochettino is not going anywhere - Levy

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But in an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live on Friday, Rose said that while some players like Harry Kane have chose to commit their futures to Tottenham, the same can't be said for all of his teammates who may lose patience with a lack of silverware.

'"I'm going to set new records, I'm going to get as close to Alan Shearer as possible, I'm going to captain this club into the new stadium".

Pochettino was indeed present at the gathering, in which Spurs announced the extension of their official partnership with insurance giants AIA until 2022.

Today, City dumped Pablo Zabaleta off to West Ham on a free transfer and signed Monaco AMF Bernardo Silva for €60m, and now the Independent say that City are "confident" that the club will be able to sign Walker as well to be their new right back.

"I think the club can only do so much, a lot of it has to be down to the individual", Rose told BBC 5 live.

As reported in The Standard, Levy, who handed Pochettino a new contract last may to tie him down to the club until 2021, is convinced of his manager's long term commitment to Spurs. "I don't like to talk about rumours, that is another".

As part of the deal, Levy said Spurs would return to Asia "on a number of occasions" in the next five years. I will be here for pre-season on July 3.

Pochettino, speaking after Tottenham's 4-1 post-season friendly win over Kitchee on Friday afternoon, insists that only those who do not want to be at the club will be sold in the coming months.

That would pay for a sizeable part of Tottenham's new 61,000-seater state-of-the-art stadium now being built, which is reported to be costing around $1 billion.

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