Danny Rose: 'Give Mauricio Pochettino what he wants'

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Tottenham Hotspur's Colombia central defender Davinson Sanchez has signed a new contract at the Premier League club until 2024 after being named in his country's provisional World Cup squad.

Spurs left back Danny Rose is confident Tottenham will give manager Mauricio Pochettino what he wants to help the club challenge for silverware next season. However, Spurs are thought to be keen to offer the highly rated manager a new deal and Pochettino reportedly would like to see his wage increase to around the £10m mark.

The 21-year-old full-back has penned a new deal which will run until at least 2021.

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Pochettino will hold talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy in the coming days over the club's future investment plans.

The future of manager Pochettino, though, remains subject for debate. The Argentine has not had a massive transfer budget like other top clubs in the Premier League but has also not yet won a trophy to show for his massive efforts at Tottenham.

Sanchez paid tribute to the work of Pochettino in helping his game develop during a first campaign in English football. Even though I haven't played as much as I'd like I feel like I've grown mentally so there are positives to take out of the season.

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"I have learned my lesson on speaking on that sort of stuff (after his problematic interview last summer)", he said to Sky Sports.

"I think Pochettino is well down the track of becoming a Tottenham legend and moving across London to a club which is competing very closely, that isn't a logical move".

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