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Mauricio Pochettino: No problem with Jan Vertonghen


Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has rejected claims that defender Jan Vertonghen wants to leave the club.

The Belgium international was linked with a possible move away from White Hart Lane during the summer but the Argentinean says that there is no problem between the two.

"Maybe because I pick players in different games but any problem with Jan, this is wrong," Pochettino told the Newham Recorder.

"We have a lot of games ahead and need to see and analyse the performance and analyse the situation after the game.

"Maybe tired, maybe some problem, and after you need to manage. We have a strong squad and this is important."

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