Mauricio Pochettino has lifted his boys to be one of the top six frequenters of the Premier League and giving his competitors and rivals a hard time but he has again fueled speculation over his Tottenham future.
The Spurs boss admitted earlier this week that he could quit if the club went on to win the Champions League this season but as it looks, that will not be enough to keep the manager at Spurs even after lifting the London side to the European competition map.
That was before their dramatic comeback against Ajax with Spurs now facing Liverpool in the final on June. Pochettino has worked wonders in north London with his side failing to add a single new player last summer. But the Argentine admits he may have to look elsewhere if that doesn’t change, such is the demand at the very top.
“I am not open to start a new chapter with no plan, with no clear idea, with not being transparent,” the Spurs boss said.
"What is next? It is difficult for me to explain"
Mauricio Pochettino updates on his Spurs future.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) May 10, 2019