Mauricio Pochettino to Chelsea?

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Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino wants to discuss his future with chairman Daniel Levy, and says the club must "take risks" to improve.

Tottenham Hotspur were saluted at the end with a rendition of Barry Manilow's Can't Smile Without You when Mauricio Pochettino took the microphone and called the next tune.

Not only is there the obvious rivalry between the clubs, but Chelsea haven't even qualified for next season's Champions League, while Tottenham have booked their place in Europe's top competition for the third straight season.

According to The Telegraph, it has resulted in Pochettino asking for the freedom to make alterations over the summer, with the Argentine allegedly wanting to go through with a £150m overhaul of his squad. You can see not only the big clubs but the clubs behind us - West Ham, Leicester, Everton - are working so hard to be close to the top-six clubs.

"We need to talk a lot between us and the club".

"I think after four years we need to assess this period and if we want to play and be really contenders for big, big trophies, I think we need to review a little bit". Are Spurs going to be able to catch them?

But Pochettino replied: "First of all I need to speak to Daniel and the club". But you know me and sometimes I have some insane ideas.

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Conte, who guided Chelsea to the title previous year, oversaw a drop to fifth and is widely expected to leave the club this summer, regardless of the FA Cup final result on Saturday.

"We can not think we are the most clever people in the world and we are going to win trophies and spend small money".

However, his lack of game time shouldn't be a concern for Spurs, Martial's talent can be appreciated by any fan of football, and there's no better time for Pochettino to make a move for the unsettled striker.

"Today 100 per cent I feel I am here", Pochettino said.

"You need to give your best and always you have to work with these fears you can lose your job if you are not professional and don't work 12 hours a day".

Pochettinho, however, is desperate to keep the spine of his team in Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier and Hugo Lloris, and will more than likely sign a new £8.5m-a-year contract if that happens.

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