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Tottenham behind the scenes: Mauricio Pochettino’s return and Spurs’ big transfer mistake

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It has been an eventful few days around Tottenham Hotspur.

Mauricio Pochettino set tongues wagging on Wednesday evening when he told BT Sport’s Jake Humphrey that he wanted to return to Spurs one day in the future.

And no sooner had Pochettino got Tottenham fans excited about the future with him at the helm, Jose Mourinho came out and said that he wanted to win his fourth Premier League title while at Tottenham.

But there were plenty more things for Spurs reporter Rob Guest to talk about during our weekly Q&A on football.london’s Tottenham Facebook page.

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Harry Kane’s future

On Pochettino, Guest said: “As good as it would be to see Mauricio Pochettino back at the club you’ve got to remember that you’ve got to focus on the present and the present is Jose Mourinho and trying to win silverware and get Spurs back up to where they were after a tough year, but there’s definitely a chance Poch could return in the future.

“He’s going to be a wanted man though, Newcastle’s prospective Saudi Arabian new owners have reportedly made him their number one choice and you can see why.”

Transfer news was also high on the agenda for the Spurs fans.

Guest was asked about the striker situation at the club and said: “We’ve been asked this a few times before, and the answer is they’ve got to., It was criminal 12 months ago to go into the season with only Harry Kane as the main man. Not to replace FL was a big, big mistake, he wasn’t one to start week in and week out or one to push Harry Kane to another level, but he was someone to come on an make a difference when you needed him to. And he did have a big impact on games, particularly Ajax in that semi-final second leg.

“If you want to challenge at the top of the league you need to build a big squad.”

You can see the whole Q&A in the video above.

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