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Pochettino: Danny Rose has Tottenham future despite comments

Pochettino: Danny Rose has Tottenham future despite comments

No, what threatens Tottenham as they continue to travel in the financial slipstream of their Premier League rivals is that it is only a matter of time before Pochettino craves the opportunity to punch his weight, too.

"Ordinarily, this would be enough for us to make him odds on to join United, but not with this Tottenham chairman - who'll harness an expensive Levy".

"Kyle leaving has been a big blow to me because when I play I am going into battle and when I am playing against the top people, I look over to Kyle and I fully expect Kyle to get the better of anybody", Rose added. And what he has done, which I think is right, is say that all the players at Spurs are being underpaid - which they are. "Nothing has changed on my perception of him", Pochettino told a press conference on Friday.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, another North Londoner not heading for the Potteries despite one recent report, is clearly in a mischievous mood.

Among others, Gary Neville was criticizing Rose for the way he handled the situation of wanting to leave the club.

Danny Rose is very candidly advocating his team open the purse strings and spend some pounds (or Euros).

We shall between now and Aug 31 if THFC heed the words of Danny Rose.

Okay, so Danny Rose has been taped up and quite blatantly by his own agent.

Pochettino: Danny Rose has Tottenham future despite comments
Pochettino: Danny Rose has Tottenham future despite comments

But Antonio Conte could still be close to boosting his back line.

The Blues boss also has his sights set on Barcelona defender SERGI ROBERTO, according to Spanish newspaper Sport. No one forces him to sign a contract.

"I am not speaking on behalf of other players, but that is my view". "I want to win something".

"He signed a five-year contract last summer". But I know what I am worth.

"As a Tottenham player I'd love to see more signings".

Manchester United reportedly revived their interest in Rose a couple of days before the telling interview, while Manchester City were keen to recruit the England international earlier this summer, though the signing of Benjamin Mendy suggests that Pep Guardiola's men are no longer in the market for a left-back. "For me it's not a big issue, it's time to move on". "We're so focused on preparing for the game on Sunday".

Spurs director of football operations Rebecca Caplehorn fined Danny Rose two weeks wages and the player was forced to apologise for his comments.