Manager Mauricio Pochettino blasted on Kyle Walker for forcing through a summer move

Mauricio Pochettino


Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino blasted on Kyle Walker after the England full-back forced through a summer move to Manchester City.

Walked who played for Tottenham for nine years moved to City for £45 million, but this also left a very bad impression on Pochettino.

Pochettino revealed this conversation in his book “Brave New World.”

Kyle Walker


“‘Gaffer, I’ve been at Tottenham for nine years. I’ve thought about it and my heart isn’t here anymore. Nor is my head. I’ve given all I have to give. I wanted to tell you before I tell my agent that I want to leave this summer,”

“‘Kyle, you have to stay professional. There’s a month and a half to go. We’re battling for the Premier League and FA Cup. We have to be focused and finish the campaign strongly.’

“‘Okay, gaffer. But it’s already decided.’

“‘Well, that doesn’t just depend on you or me. It depends on the club, above all. You’ve disappointed me because you’ve decided to tell me that you want to leave when there is a month and bit left in the competition.”

Pochettino describes Walker’s timing a ‘slap in the face’ to Tottenham.

He added: “‘You could’ve sucked it up, kept quiet, trained, played and helped the team when not picked, and at the end of the season you could have come and told me.’

“‘Okay, gaffer. But it’s already decided.’

“Miguel [D’Agostino, first-team coach] was present. I always try to ensure there are witnesses during private conversations. I considered it to be an alarming lack of respect for his team-mates and a slap in the face for the club. None of that could be explained to the public at the time.

“I had to bite my tongue. From that point, the rumours started to proliferate.”

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