Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld is a doubt for Sunday's trip to Crystal Palace after pulling out of a training session. But he has experienced discomfort this week. "He suffered a small incident in the same leg".
"We hope it is not a big issue".
"I don't like to talk about injuries, only for caution. It's in the same leg but it's in a different area".
"I am not involved in negotiation".
Alderweireld's contract is now due to expire in 2019, but has a 12 month extension clause than, when triggered, also activates a £25m release clause.
Toby Alderweireld is reportedly asking for his wage to be increased to £150,000 per week but Tottenham are unwilling to play ball due to their strict wage structure.
On the speculation surrounding the 28-year-old, Pochettino added: "I am not involved in [contract] negotiations". "I never talk about rumours, what the media says or what happens around the club".
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Asked to rate his chances of being fit to face Palace, he said: "Look I told you, we are going to assess him tomorrow and until tomorrow we can not decide anything, if it's possible to be, first of all to be training and second to be available to play".
Pochettino was rather happier to discuss one of his other Belgian players, however.
"I told you and then some people use my word to describe him as a genius of the football".
"For me he's one of the unbelievable talents in the history of football". It has been hard for him with his fitness but now he's in an incredible moment'.
Tottenham have a gruelling schedule in the coming weeks, with games in the league, the FA Cup and in Europe, but Pochettino is confident his squad can cope. "We will assess him [on Friday and Saturday]". "Nearly all the players are fit to compete and available to be selected".