Danny Rose apologizes to Tottenham over transfer comments

Danny Rose

"I am reaching my peak and have probably only got one big contract left in me", the 27-year-old said.

The interview has several other extraordinary quotes as Rose proclaimed that; "one thing is for sure, for the rest of this career, I will play this game how I want to play it and, while I am not going to disrespect anyone, I am going to voice my opinions".

"[The disruption was] more outside than in the club", Pochettino said. It's like for the players. Sometimes you understand the frustration. He is our player and he needs to get focused on trying to get fit as soon as possible. "Now we move on".

"Of course (he has a future)". Nothing has changed on my perception of him. "Man for man I wouldn't swap them with anyone, that starting XI is a top, top team". Particularly since there's a new stadium to be paid for.

It does, however, contradict his quotes in The Sun's interview. But I am sorry, I am not singing off the same hymn-sheet on that one. But it would still be something of a shame, particularly given all the positive noises that have emerged over the summer. No one forced the players to sign a new contract. And if they don't then I want a massive pay rise because I'm class!' He accepted Tottenham have to go about their business in "a different way" to several of their title rivals.

Rose's representatives, Base Soccer, released a statement from the player in which he says the "timing and manner" of his comments was "ill-judged".

"I can think of several English left backs like [Ryan] Bertrand, [Luke] Shaw, [Aaron] Cresswell and [Kieran] Gibbs at Arsenal". We might be able to play Marcos Rojo or Daley Blind down the left but they aren't natural attackers as Rose is.

There has been no reported interest from Stoke, whose fans adore the Spurs favourite.

Danny Rose has apologised to Tottenham after criticising the club's transfer market performance and suggesting he would be open to a move away.

Especially as Rose would cost over 50 million pounds and the Blues already have Marcos Alonso.

The Telegraph writes the Blues are hoping to sign Paris St Germain right-back SERGE AURIER, while they are looking to join the race for wantaway Southampton defender VIRGIL VAN DIJK. We have to be unique and try to be strong, and not have doubts when others have doubts and are nervous.



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