Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that he has held talks with chairman Daniel Levy over the club’s plans for possible deals in the January transfer window.
The media did not forgive Spurs for being the only team in the English topflight to fail to sign an outfield player during the summer transfer window.
But nearly four months into the new season, Tottenham have been superb as they sit in second place in the Premier League table, only six points behind leaders Liverpool.
Even though the team is performing very well at the moment, it might not be a bad idea to invest in the market when the transfer window opens in a couple of days.
Speculation has linked Pochettino with many players as usual and the Tottenham boss has revealed that there have been talks with Levy over plans for the winter.
“Yes maybe every day we talk but it depends on if players are going to leave, and to have space to sign players,” Poch said.
“It depends on players going out and then we’re going to see if we can add some quality to help the team.
“But I think it’s not going to be easy to add players in January. For sure it’s going to be tough to add.”