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16/04/2018 - 14:37 GMT

Spurs Boss Mauricio Pochettino Comments On Involving Toby Alderweireld and Lucas Moura at Brighton

 




Mauricio Pochettino has confirmed that defender Toby Alderweireld will be involved in the Tottenham Hotspur matchday squad for the trip to face Brighton on Tuesday night.

The Belgian defender has been overlooked by Pochettino in recent weeks amid thoughts the Spurs boss could be sidelining him as a result of the situation over his contract.




Alderweireld has not signed a new deal with Spurs and, amid interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, has been linked with leaving in the summer.

But Pochettino confirmed that he does plan to involve Alderweireld against the Seagulls, though no decision has yet been made over whether he will play.
 


Asked about Alderweireld at a press conference, Pochettino replied: "Yes, Toby is going to be involved in the squad and then tomorrow I will decide if he is going to play or not."

The Tottenham manager also confirmed that he plans to rotate his side to introduce fresh legs following a weekend defeat against Manchester City and Lucas Moura could be another handed playing time.

"Maybe it will be his opportunity to play a little bit more. There are a lot of games still to play.

"Of course now maybe it's a moment to rotate players that are tired. It's been a tough season and we need fresh legs to get the objective.

"Yes, he's one of the players who is working hard, trying to take the opportunity, maybe tomorrow is a good opportunity for him to play a little bit more", he added.

Tottenham, in fourth, sit seven points ahead of fifth placed Chelsea and three points behind third placed Liverpool, with a game in hand on the Reds, as they look to lock down a top four spot.