Tottenham lose Europa play-off first leg against Paços de Ferreira in a shock defeat away from home.
The North London club were without captain Harry Kane whose future has been under speculation.
Manchester City continue to make bids for Kane with the latest bid £125m.
Spurs manager Nuno Espirito Santo left out the team that defeated Manchester City on Sunday.
He also stated talked about the loss and how the team will bounce back in the EPL.
He said “Nobody likes to not play good. The feelgood factor disappeared. This is football, ups and downs. The players have to bounce back.”
As Tottenham lose Europa play-off first leg, the manager will be hoping they can bounce back in the second leg.
Spurs will play Wolves in their next EPL game on Sunday, the former team of their current manager.
It is still doubtful if Kane will feature in that game as he as been out while hoping his future is sorted.
Chairman Levy is playing hardball and the English captain is not happy about it as he wants to leave.
Manchester City are obviously in need of a striker and Pep has hinted that they would get one.
Bayern striker, Lewandowski is set to leave the German champions this summer and might be a good signing for the English Champions.