Danny Rose
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Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose recently gave an interview in which he openly spoke about how he and his teammates are under paid at the club and how Spurs should sign players whose name he ‘shouldn’t have to Google.’

And as soon as this interview came out, it became the talk of the town. Many people gave a fair bit of stick to Rose for being too blunt and also for the timing of his comments. But if reports are to believed then his fellow mates at Tottenham have applauded him and have also threatened to speak up about Spur’s lack of activity in the transfer market
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But the Spurs management are not quite happy with Danny Rose’s interview and the club have decided to fine him two weeks’ wages for not asking the club’s permission before giving an interview. The English international was swift to issue an apology and is expected to contest the amount of his penalty in the coming days.

But the Spurs management are not quite happy with Danny Rose’s interview and the club have decided to fine him two weeks’ wages for not taking the club’s permission before giving an interview. The English international was swift to issue an apology and is expected to contest the amount of his penalty in the coming days.

News has also been floating around that Daniel Levy is not at all pleased with the left-back’s comments and is now thinking of offloading him before the transfer window comes to a close. The Spurs management values the player at upwards of £50 million and with clubs like Chelsea and Manchester United seemingly interested in him, they will accept nothing less.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has already made initial enquiries about the player as he wants Rose to provide competition to his current left wing back Alonso. And Manchester United too want Rose to fill into their left-back spot as the Red Devils have very limited options in that department.

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