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‘It is very clear now’: Mauricio Pochettino insists Premier League is the best in the world

‘It is very clear now’: Mauricio Pochettino insists Premier League is the best in the world after English clubs complete European clean sweep

  • Mauricio Pochettino believes the Premier League is the best in the world 
  • There will be all-English finals in both the Champions League and Europa League
  • The Argentine believes Tottenham’s success proves the English top flight is best
  • Jan Vertonghen will miss Sunday’s season finale against Everton through injury

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says English clubs’ European clean sweep proves the Premier League is best in the world.

Spurs will take on Liverpool in the Champions League final on June 1 while Arsenal face Chelsea in the Europa League showpiece on May 29.

And Pochettino believes the fact English clubs have taken all four places in the finals of UEFA’s two club competition underlines the Premier League’s position as the leading division on the planet.

Mauricio Pochettino believes the Premier League is the best in the world

‘It’s very good news for us to have four clubs fighting for the Champions League and the Europa League,’ said the Spurs boss.

‘It shows how competitive the Premier League is. When we talk about the best league in the world and the most competitive it is very clear now and everyone share the same feeling as us.

‘It is very good news for English football. Now it is a challenge to keep the same level of performance in the future as this season.’ 

Meanwhile, Jan Vertonghen will miss Sunday’s season finale against Everton with the ankle injury he sustained against Ajax on Wednesday.

But Pochettino is hopeful the fact the Belgian finished the game means the injury is ‘not a big problem’.

Lucas Moura celebrates the goal which earned Spurs a place in the Champions League final

Lucas Moura celebrates the goal which earned Spurs a place in the Champions League final

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