Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino hails Aaron Lennon: He is an inspiration

Aubrey Yates
January 13, 2018

Sport says the Catalan club are closely monitoring the England worldwide while Marca claimed in a report that Real Madrid are also keeping a close eye on the midfielder.

He then had a short, unsuccessful stint at Bolton, before playing out the final two years of his career at Wrexham, announcing his retirement in 2005.

"The fact Aaron spoke publicly about the issue can inspire people around he world, not only in football, through him or through his behaviour, to get some help", continued Pochettino, who chose to speak in Spanish while his assistant Jesus Perez translated. "It will be hard to beat Greaves but he is still 24 and can play ten or 12 years".

"No other player does more than him". We will see next week if he can start to train again.

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"At the moment he wins a lot of individual awards but he would like to offer our fans and the club collective trophies". He is top because of this. "It's not the profile of a typical offensive player - he is special", Pochettino replied.

"Of course, all the clubs and the managers want to keep their best players and we are in the same way, to keep the best and try to make the team stronger each season. The mentality is unbelievable and that's why I told you he can spend his career in one club, like Francesco Totti [at Roma]".

Pochettino had moaned about agents, saying top players were "like companies" and he is known to be unhappy Ross Barkley chose to join Chelsea rather than Spurs.

Pochettino's side missed too many chances against West Ham and they can not afford to do the same this weekend if they want to get back into the top-four soon. The 21-year-old earns around £60,000-a-week on the six-year contract he signed in September 2016, but interest from clubs across Europe has led Spurs to renegotiate that.

He is as close as you can get to guaranteed goals and, at 24, he has his best years ahead of him at a time when both Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are the wrong side of 30. "Every player is like a company".

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