How the Argentine is likely to field his team next season.
There are many Premier League teams going through a transition period this summer and none more so than Tottenham Hotspur and their new manager Mauricio Pochettino.
After spending over £100m on new players last summer the 2013/14 season was somewhat disappointing for Spurs and cost both Andre Villas-Boas and Tim Sherwood their jobs.
The former Southampton boss now has it all to do to turn things around at White Hart Lane and try and take the North Londoners to back to the Champions League.
Here is what the Tottenham XI could look like in 2014/15 after Pochettino’s new signings.
GK – Hugo Lloris
To many the France captain is the best goalkeeper in the Premier League and was arguably the club’s best player last term.
There have been reports linking Lloris with a move away, but the 27-year-old has shown loyalty thus far and should give the team at least one more year.