Tottenham were unable to sell the players they wanted to – Daniel Levy

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Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy says the club were unable to sell the players they wanted to.
Toby Alderweireld, Spiritual Eriksen and also Danny Rose were linked with moves but remain in the club.
Right-back Kieran Tripper was the very high-profile death, while Fernando Llorente and Vincent Janssen also abandoned.
In 90% of instances either a buyer could not be found to get a player or the player did not Want to join a club that had expressed an interest, Levy said
Levy made the remarks at a meeting involving the club and representatives of the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust week.
In defending manager Mauricio Pochettino and urging fans to get behind the team after their disappointing start to the season, Levy stated as they wanted, the north London club hadnt managed to make as many modifications.
Levy also said some players whove been for a very long time at Spurs wanted to pursue opportunities elsewhere.
Pochettino has said the uncertainty was a part of the reason his group have found it hard to replicate last years form.
Tottenham are in the Premier League, 13 points behind leaders Liverpool, also have picked up one point from two Champions League matches, the final of which was a 7-2 home defeat by Bayern Munich.
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