Mauricio Pochettino in line for Chelsea job

Mauricio Pochettino has worked wonders but Daniel Levy must loosen purse strings to take Spurs to next level

Mauricio Pochettino has worked wonders but Daniel Levy must loosen purse strings to take Spurs to next level

Pochettino, meanwhile, is frustrated with Tottenham's failure to back him in the transfer market and made his feelings clear after Sunday's 5-4 win over Leicester.

Pochettino will hold discussions with Levy, in which he will demand that the club invest over £100million in the playing squad in a serious attempt to overhaul the Manchester clubs and challenge for the Premier League title.

"We've been very stable".

Pochettino's Tottenham ended the season trophyless again and the knock on the club is that they fell short once again and are struggling to reach the next level.

"But we are going to talk, next week, to create the new project, or what I think what we need to do, together again, to try to improve".

"There's no smoke without fire so there's probably an element of truth in there, and you look at it the other way where he [Pochettino] is looking for contract renewals - or maybe his agent has put the idea in there - to buck Spurs' ideas up", he told talkSPORT.

Mauricio Pochettino has worked wonders but Daniel Levy must loosen purse strings to take Spurs to next level

"Since I arrived here, the players have been fantastic, I've really enjoyed it and hopefully next season with our new stadium we can go one more step".

"It is a season where I have had to be patient and be mentally positive", he said.

"Without them, I don't think we'd get into the Champions League, we've done it because of them, because when we play good or bad they are always there for us and I really thank them for their unbelievable support this season." . This year saw him secure a place in the top four of the Premier League for a third successive campaign. "He has nowhere near to funds that have been available at Chelsea, so I could see that making a lot of sense".

Former Blues striker Cascarino admits such an appointment would be "a massive coup" for Chelsea, but doubts it will happen as Spurs would be left "absolutely devastated".

"Spurs fans would be so upset!"

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