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

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Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy claims that the club were not able to sell all of the players that they needed to in the summertime.
Toby Alderweireld christian Eriksen and Danny Rose were linked with moves but remain in the club.
While Vincent Janssen and Fernando Llorente also abandoned, right-back Kieran Tripper has been the most high-profile departure.
In 90% of instances either a buyer couldnt be found to get a participant or the player did not wish to join a club which had expressed an interest, Levy Explained
Last week levy made the comments at a meeting involving the club and representatives of the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust.
In urging fans to get behind the team following their disappointing start to the season and defending director Mauricio Pochettino, Levy stated since they desired, the north London club had not been able to make as many changes.
Levy said some players whove been in Spurs wanted to pursue opportunities elsewhere.
Pochettino has said the uncertainty was a part of the reason his team have found it difficult to replicate last years form.
Tottenham have picked up one point from two Champions League matches, the final of which had been a 7-2 home defeat by Bayern Munich, and also are ninth 13 points behind leaders Liverpool.
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