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A look at the players who have arrived at White Hart Lane this summer and those who have departed

Mauricio Pochettino's decision to stay as manager was contingent on the club not selling their players

Tottenham appoint Mauricio Pochettino: Factfile

Tottenham today announced the appointment of Mauricio Pochettino on a five-year deal. Here, we take a closer look at the former Southampton manager...

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino does not know how much he will have to spend in the summer

Tottenham appoint Mauricio Pochettino: Spurs hand Southampton manager five-year deal

The Argentinean joins from Southampton and replaces Tim Sherwood

David Marshall shows a solid pair of hands in the Cardiff goal.

Arsenal lead chase for £15m Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall

The Scotland international has also been linked with Tottenham and Liverpool

Loic Remy in action for Newcastle

Loic Remy to Tottenham: Spurs target QPR striker as first summer signing

The Frenchman spent last season on loan at Newcastle and isn't expected to play again for his parent club

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino does not know how much he will have to spend in the summer

Mauricio Pochettino to join Tottenham: Spurs in 'advanced talks' with Southampton manager after giving up hope of luring Carlo Ancelotti

Pochettino looks set to leave Saints after Sherwood was sacked at the end of the season

Erik Lamela will play no further part in Tottenham’s season

Transfer news: Inter Milan confirm their interest in Tottenham's forgotten club-record signing Erik Lamela

Lamela has scored just once in 17 appearances for Spurs since his £30m move last summer

(Top row) Jose Mourinho, Gary Lineker, Cristiano Ronaldo, Erik Lamela, Tim Sherwood (bottom row) Michael Owen, a rabbit, David Meyler and Alan Pardew, Marouane Fellaini and Chris Smalling

Jack Wilshere goads 's***' Tottenham during Arsenal FA Cup parade

England midfielder couldn't resist dig at local rivals

Lukas Podolski celebrates with the Arsenal fans after the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at White Hart Lane (Getty)

FA Cup final 2014: Why will Tottenham fans be supporting Arsenal this weekend?

Spurs supporters have a reason to hope their greatest rivals overcome Hull City at Wembley on Saturday

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has one-year remaining on his contract

Tottenham manager latest: Mauricio Pochettino open to talks, but may face £2m bill if he quits Southampton - reports

The Argentine is emerging as the front-runner to replace Tim Sherwood

Tim Sherwood is the eighth manager to leave Spurs since Daniel Levy became chairman in 2001

Tim Sherwood sacked: Tottenham removed Sherwood due to public criticism of board

Southampton's Mauricio Pochettino is a contender for the job, although chairman Daniel Levy is thought to be going cold on Ajax's Frank de Boer

Daniel Levy gave Sherwood the option of his old job back

Tim Sherwood sacked: Daniel Levy plans for Tottenham still no clearer as yet another manager is dismissed

Does the chairman want a lucrative sale or to build a side that can challenge?
Tim Sherwood is the eighth manager to leave Spurs since Daniel Levy became chairman in 2001

Tottenham comment: Spurs were right to sack Tim Sherwood

James Mariner argues the right decision was made

Tim Sherwood makes a gesture following the final day win over Aston Villa

Tottenham comment: Spurs were wrong to sack Tim Sherwood

The wrong decision was made by Daniel Levy, argues Ally McKay

Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby, on loan with Fulham, is hoping the Cottagers beat his parent club in order to avoid relegation

Video: Lewis Holtby marks return to Tottenham by taking out Howard Webb in Ledley King's testimonial

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