When they start trusting youth players, forget it, they will not challenge the big boys & # 39 ;: Graeme Souness adamant Tottenham must spend to win the title
- Graeme Souness thinks Tottenham will only win the competition if they spend money
- The expert feels that no team Manchester United & # 39; s & # 39; Class or & # 39; 92 & # 39; method will match
- Mauricio Pochettino was unable to sign a single summer at Spurs
- The North London club is currently nine points from the top of the table
Danny Gallagher for Mailonline
Tottenham must abandon their idea to promote talent through the ranks to continue and win the Premier League title, according to Graeme Souness.
The former professional who has turned to pundit has saved the idea that Mauricio Pochettino – for all the claims he has made with Spurs – can continue building in the same way and creating a party that is worth champion to become.
Instead, Spurs must leave the checkbook and begin drawing ready-to-use elite level players, says Liverpool's former captain.
Pundit Graeme Souness is adamant Tottenham has to spend money to win the league title
Mauricio Pochettino has recently admitted that he is happy to work under the spending structure of Spurs
& # 39; I read a few weeks ago and (Pochettino) repeated it there that they have to work in a different way & # 39 ;, Souness said on Sky Sports, prior to Everton's collision with Bournemouth.
& # 39; If you think of United and the Class of 92, that is the only team that has gone through an entire team. If they trust that youth players break like Harry Kane, forget it, they will not challenge the big boys. & # 39;
Pochettino has elite talent at Spurs, but has not been able to invest much in the team
Spurs has not put a signature since Lucas Moura came in during the 2018 January window
Pochettino is considered the number 1 target for Manchester United, because they want to permanently replace Jose Mourinho in the summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken over this in an intermediate capacity, although United is putting the pursuit of Spurs & # 39; chef on its feet.
Despite the fact that Souness thinks that Pochettino needs a lot of money from Spurs, he recognizes that Argentine is probably better suited to stay in North London.
& # 39; I told my son they should give it to someone with Man United roots. There is so much happiness attached to it.
& # 39; If you think Pochettino is going to Manchester United and is now working with those players or staying in Tottenham and working with this team, as a football fan, I'd rather work with the Spurs team, & # 39; he added.