Ahead of a possibly busy summer for a lot of clubs, Tottenham Hotspurs have sealed the deal to extend the contract of manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The Argentine has been in charge of the club since the summer of 2014 and led Spurs to fifth place last season. He furthered his good work at the club and almost led them to a title win this season – losing eventually to Leicester City.
His assistants Jesus Perez, Miguel D’Agostino and Toni Jimenez have all had their deals extended as well.
Usually temperamental Chairman of the club, Daniel Levy said after Pochettino signed the dotted lines, “We’ve seen Mauricio bring a tremendous spirit and ethos to our club and embrace the attacking style of play with which we have always been associated.
“He’s built a squad of youth and experience and this season we’ve seen football played at the highest level – quite sublime at times.”
The 44-year-old had been linked to Manchester United to replace Loius Van Gaal but he decided to stay at the White Hart Lane until 2021.