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Pochettino wants to stay “five more years” at Spurs

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According to Tottenham Hotspur’s manager Mauricio Pochettino, he will not leave the English Premier League club soon, as he wants to stay longer.

Argentinean manager Mauricio Pochettino joined Tottenham Hotspur back in 2014.

And now there has been some speculation he might be ready to leave the English Premier League club, but he says he wants to stay longer.

“This is a moment to stay all together,” Pochettino told ESPN.

“It doesn’t only happen at Spurs, but all clubs in the world.”

He added: “In the end, all that happens is we lost a game. No doubt we stay all together and we find a way to be successful again.”

“I think every single press conference we have talked about my future. I hope we are still talking, in five years more, about my future here.”

“I have no doubt the players always want to do their best to win,” he added.

“They play for themselves, for their families and then for the club and the coaching staff.”

“I have no doubt they have the commitment, with four years or one in their contract, that is no doubt,” he commented.

“Football is about form and about having not so good periods at times as well. Dele needs time to recover from this.”

“Maybe it was not his best performance [against Bayern] but we are going to help him and provide all the tools and the platform for him to recover his best way to play,” he concluded.