Do Tottenham really risk losing £25million-rated star?

  • Do Tottenham really risk losing £25million-rated star?

Do Tottenham really risk losing £25million-rated star?

Right-back star Kyle Walker has told that it was odd to play against old club Tottenham for Manchester City in a friendly clash between the two Premier League sides.

Wanyama, 26, picked up a knee problem during Spurs' 4-2 pre-season defeat by Paris Saint-Germain earlier this month and had to sit out of his side's 3-0 loss to Manchester City in Tennessee on Saturday (29 July) as a result.

Tottenham youngster Marcus Edwards has signed a new contract with the club until 2020. Adding to their woe was a miserable set of performances on their USA tour.

Walker spent eight years at Tottenham between 2009 and 2017 after completing a £5million deal alongside Kyle Naughton from Sheffield United.

"I totally understand the fans showed they're disappointed with the situation", Pochettino said.

'I think he's an important player for us and it's not the idea to sell him'.

Tottenham's transfer window doesn't seem to have gone to plan so far, with no new signings brought in yet despite their rivals around them all strengthening significantly with big-money signings.

"It made me laugh because I don't know why other people are so focused on my players and our club", Pochettino said. It is hard to judge the level on pre-season. Moussa Dembele, Harry Winks and Eric Dier all struggled against Manchester City. Maybe today they have a little bit of an advantage, they are ahead of us because they have signed and kept the players that they want. "Just win trophies - that's all I'm about and all I want to do".

The England global claimed the reason he left Spurs, who finished runners up in the Premier League last season, was to win silverware.