Tottenham boss Pochettino happy to keep Alderweireld

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Spurs failed to sign Jack Grealish on Deadline Day as Aston Villa stood firm on their refusal to sell at any price.

Tottenham have become the first Premier League club to go an entire summer without signing a single player since the transfer window was created in 2003.

Pochettino has labelled the club "brave" for their stance, stating his satisfaction at securing new deals for players including Harry Kane and Hueng-min Son.

The Tottenham manager had challenged his club to be "brave and take risks" when asked what Tottenham needed to do to improve their squad.

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However, former Arsenal star Merson is backing the Gunners to finish outside the top four despite the influx of new talent in the 2018 summer transfer window.

"Building a stadium that is almost £1bn".

"That is true, don't believe in £400m, that (£1bn) is the truth!" And if they don't play then I don't want them to give up and start to say: 'The gaffer is a bad guy.' It's not a drama - drama is another thing.

"For me [that] is to be fearless". It's so clear what's going on at the club in the past and present and how we are going to move in the future.

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"And then with Brexit it is worse because the cost is 30% more, and then keep the best players. It's a courageous decision".

It was assumed that Grealish would leave Villa this summer after the club lost their Championship Play-off final to Fulham at the end of the season.

But strong performances in Russian Federation weren't a necessity when it came to Premier League clubs deciding whether to spend the fruits of soccer's biggest television contracts.

"I don't feel the panic".

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"I am responsible for what I told you [in May] or what I tell you, but I can not be responsible for what you believe that I wanted to tell you", he said. You need to be clever in how you settle your principles, your strategy and to try to win. "In the mind of everyone maybe they say 'Tottenham didn't sign (players)', but it's better the keep your best players". If all the players today are thinking about a collective target, we can be competitive. "That is the key this season".