Mauricio Pochettino has made his dream come true with Tottenham Hotspur squad this summer to match the club's on-pitch ambitions with their new stadium.
Spurs are currently in the Premier League table, looking to make it four consecutive top three finishes under the Argentine, but he wants more.
Afterwards, Tottenham are expected to start kicking into gear and spending money in the transfer market this summer. The club have three transfer window budgets to pool together plus any money that comes from sales.
"I was talking to Daniel [Levy] after the Liverpool Liverpool and talk about the very good action of Van Dijk. Van Dijk was 75m 18 months ago. The keeper was 70m. They had two midfielders on the bench which they spent more than £ 100m on in the summer, "Pochettino said this week.
Yes, now we are going to get better and better Liverpool Yes, but now it's time to compete, as we need to we can see which is the project. "
Spurs wants to step up their efforts this summer and Pochettino has already admitted that when the time comes for the club to move to the next level certain players will have to be upgraded.
This week, the Tottenham manager wants to be ready to begin the process of upgrading this summer.
He said on Wednesday night. "It's going to be an amazing project but there's a lot of work to do," he said on Wednesday night. We are winners in facilities. I think we have the best in the world.
Now the balance is like this (holds one hand above the other), the team playing Champions League is now on the same level the level we have here. "
Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen are all in the final year of their contracts, as well as the back-up goalkeeper Michel Vorm.
So Pochettino wants to make the most of his full-backs and needs to be improved, Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier, struggling to impress this season.
Mr. Wanyama, who has struggled for game time and fitness after his prolonged knee problems.
The Spurs boss wants look for more attacking options, in midfield and up, and that could well see some more players heading out the door to make room in the squad.
Tottenham have been keeping tabs on young stars this season, as Ryan Sessegnon, Jack Clarke, Jarrod Bowen and Max Aarons and Jack Grealish could not make it back.
Steve Hitchen is finally ready to go through the full spectrum of his target lists rather than just the homegrown one.
Tottenham off course rather than propelling them along.
However, Pochettino did not exactly do that in the first year of his reign at Tottenham, ripping up the status quo and moving on to a number of senior key players in order to rebuild the next phase of the club's evolution.
Michael Dawson, Aaron Lennon, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Roberto Soldado, Paulinho, Etienne Capoue, Younes Kaboul, and Emmanunel Adebayor were all gone by the time Pochettino began his second season at the helm, with a flurry of players brought in that manager's saw as upgrades , whether they came from within or outside.
Pochettino's philosophy now runs like a lifeblood in the club after first five years in charge.
The Tottenham manager has been re-energized this week, someone who appears to have been told what the summer holds by his chairman Daniel Levy.
Despite his clear excitement, Pochettino plays it down when he can, as he says he is already let Levy know that the next four months are the most crucial of his time so far.
The Argentine even went as far as admit on Tuesday that is a 'massive summer' ahead and the biggest of its tottenham tenure.
There's no such thing as a buzzer, but they can trust that with Pochettino at the helmet, he's been there before and the evidence suggests that if he gets Tottenham Hotspur and take them to the next level.
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