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Spurs’ Mauricio Pochettino: I always wanted to keep Adebayor

Adebayor was one of a number of players who either wanted to leave White Hart Lane last month or were the subject of intense speculation. In the end, he was denied a loan move to West Ham United – the Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy, refused to sanction it because of the ill feeling between the clubs – while Younès Kaboul, Étienne Capoue and Paulinho also stayed.
Aaron #Lennon pushed for a loan move and got it on deadline day – to #Everton – and he followed Kyle Naughton out of the club, the right-back having completed a permanent £5m transfer to Swansea City earlier in the month.

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Pochettino said that Lennon was the only player who had been to see him to inform him that he wanted to leave. With Adebayor, he said, it had become a club matter – in other words, one for Levy – but Pochettino said that he was pleased with how the situation had ended up, even though #Adebayor remains at the bottom of the pecking order up front.

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