Mauricio Pochettino confirms two players could leave Tottenham in next two weeks
Mauricio Pochettino concedes the European transfer window is an unsettling influence and could see some of his players move on.
The English transfer window slammed shut a few days before the season started, but in the likes of Spain, France and Germany teams are still able to conduct their transfer business.
Tottenham faced the threat of a player exodus this summer with several individuals nearing the end of their contracts.
So far Kieran Trippier, who joined Atletico Madrid, is the only big name to move on, but Pochettino thinks more could still follow.
Christian Eriksen has expressed a desire to leave with Real Madrid his ideal location while Danny Rose has criticised the way the club is run.
According to The Sun both players are keen to finalise exits before the European window closes.
“The team is still not settled how I expected it to be,” said the Tottenham boss.
We are still working on trying to make sure it is finished come September 2 when the other windows close.
That will be the moment to have a big conversation with the whole squad about the season ahead.
“Like we can change our minds, a player can change his — so we will have to wait to see what happens between now and September 2.
“It is not in my hands if something happens or not.
“We need to wait and hope there are not too many changes or not too many problems for us.”
Tottenham managed to add Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon in the summer.
The former scored on his debut in a 3-1 win over Aston Villa last weekend with the other two yet to appear for the north London side.
Pochettino though claimed last month that he should be called a coach rather than a manager due to his lack of input in matters outside of football.
He has appeared increasingly frustrated with the club and their lack of investment which has hindered their ability to challenge for silverware.