Tottenham players fear Mauricio Pochettino could leave in summer


Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with a move to the Bernabeu ever since Julen Lopetegui was sacked by the Spanish heavyweights after an embarrassing 5-1 defeat to bitter rivals Barcelona at the weekend. It's less than 48 hours to compete again having had the circumstance of playing on a pitch that is so hard.

"We'll see which players can repeat, some can be on the bench and some they need to rest". "We've got three games in five days, which is ridiculous really in terms of the schedule".

He added: "We are going to use players that normally are not involved in the last few games and, of course, we are going to have the opportunity to see them and give the opportunity to play. We will have to deal with it and luckily enough we have got a squad big enough to be able to deal with this". Some of the lads who played today played 90 minutes and are going to have to be ready to play 48 hours later, which is not great and not ideal.

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Despite fears over Pochettino's future and the immediate fixture schedule, Alli is optimistic about his and Tottenham's fortunes after signing his new contract. The club have said they have arranged to borrow a further £237m from their banking partners - previously, their loan facility stood at £400m - in order to cover the spiralling costs, which are now understood to have topped £1bn.

Spurs are set to welcome back Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen to the starting XI after coming through substitute appearances against Manchester City unscathed.

"As I have said previously, the Carabao Cup is a major competition that we take very seriously", Pellegrini said.