Mauricio Pochettino has suggested Tottenham will sign “a few players” before next month’s deadline, but claims the club is being calm and quiet on the transfer front for a reason.
Speaking to ESPN while on a break from training in the USA, Pochettino revealed that next season will be a big challenge for Spurs because of the move to Wembley coupled with the big spending of the Premier League’s other top clubs.
He went on to discuss Tottenham’s lack of transfer business and explained why the club has been so quiet in the transfer market this summer.
“We are so calm and so quiet because we believe in our squad and our youngsters that are pushing from the academy,” said the Argentine. “We will add maybe a few players. But we are so calm because I think we have a very good team and the most important thing for us always is the team.”
He added: “We are in a different philosophy [to the other top clubs]. It’s not because we can’t invest. We believe in the way that we play and we work.”
You can watch the full interview below.