Pochettino seeking urgent talks with the FA.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino wants talks with the FA, for an agreement to be reached over the treatment of striker Harry Kane.
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Pochettino is worried that his star man could be suffer a burn-out, if not given a minimum of one month’s rest in the summer.
With the Under-21 European Championships to come in June, and two senior friendlies in the same month, the Spurs manager has expressed his concern, saying, “We need to speak with the FA. You always support the national team and we’re happy if our player is in the national team or Under 21s,” Pochettino is quoted by CaughtOffside as saying.
“For us he is a very important player and we think he will be an important player for England. It’s important to take a decision all together to provide the best position for Harry.
“I’d prefer that Harry has a month’s holiday after the season to rest and recovery his body and mind. We need to arrive at a deal with the player and the FA.”