How the Argentine is likely to lineup his new team next season.
It’s all change at Tottenham Hotspur this summer as newly appointed manager Mauricio Pochettino aims to put his own stamp on the squad.
The former Southampton boss will be tasked with improving on what was a disappointing campaign for Spurs in 2013/14, in which they finished sixth in the Premier League.
Their below par performances cost both Andre Villas-Boas and Tim Sherwood their jobs and Pochettino is likely go the same way if he doesn’t guide the North London outfit to Champions League qualification next term.
Despite spending over £100m on new players last summer, chairman Daniel Levy is likely to give the South American more funds to sign his own talent and here is how the 42-year-old’s starting XI is likely to look in 2014/15.
GK – Hugo Lloris
Despite many reports claiming the France captain wants to be playing top European football next campaign and will move if he has to in order to achieve that, we expect Lloris to stay.
If Tottenham don’t achieve a top four finish in the next 12 months then the 27-year-old may be forced to consider his future at White Hart Lane, but for now he is one of their best assets.