Tottenham 27-year-old returns to training before decision on future with Tottenham is decided - reliable journalist
By Abigail Withey
Tottenham left-back Danny Rose has attended training as normal, according to a reliable journalist, despite taking part in a sensational interview with the Sun where he openly spoke about his feelings surrounding his wages.
ESPN Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick revealed that the England defender attended training as normal and that manager Pochettino would likely speak to Rose before his press conference which takes place on Friday.
During the interview with the Sun, the 27-year-old said that he was worth more than the pay he’s currently getting, and stated that he knows what he his worth.
Kilpatrick said that the final decision on what do do with the left-back would be in the hands of Pochettino, but chairman Daniel Levy would also be likely to share his opinion.
The ESPN journalist shared the news on his verified Twitter account.
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#thfc Poch press conference tomorrow and he's likely to have talked to Rose beforehand.
— Dan Kilpatrick (@Dan_KP) August 10, 2017
Rose has been out of action with a nasty knee injury since January and is not expected to feature in the squad any time soon.
Pochettino will do his best to ensure Rose’s interview doesn’t pose as a distraction ahead of Spurs’ Premier League opener against newly-promoted Newcastle at St. James’ Park on Sunday.
In other Tottenham news, Ian Wright has named more Spurs players than Arsenal in his 2017-18 dream team.