With the future of some of the key players of his squad still uncertain, Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that his team is in fact unsettled. However, he has also stated that all that can be done now is to wait to find out what the future holds for them to seek clarity regarding the squad that he will get to work with.
Notably, Tottenham Hotspur have bagged as many as four points from their first three league matches. Their campaign has got off to an average start to say the least and has even included a shocking 1-0 defeat at home.
Given the situation and the fact that star player Christian Eriksen’s future at the club is doubtful with transfer open in Europe open until 2 September and contracts of players like Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld set to end this season, Tottenham’s concerns have only added up.
“The group is still unsettled and we need to find solutions,” he said at a news conference on Sunday.
“We have one week more to wait and see what happens in the last 10 days. Of course I think that this is my sixth season and we have started the season as a more unsettled group that we are working with and that is why we must relax.
“We cannot fix some situations. There is nothing to say about that situation that is going on in the squad. Still we need to wait.
“That is a circumstance after playing in the Champions League on 1 June, we knew that this was going to happen, some situations like this.
“But for the club and for us it is difficult to handle. We can only wait is all we can do,” he concluded.