Tottenham may have no option but to use Danny Rose next season even though he has fallen out with Daniel Levy and Jose Mourinho.
That is according to Michael Brown, the former Spurs midfielder speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Russell Edge about the controversial England international.
Newcastle signed Rose at the end of the January window on loan for the rest of the season.
Brown hasn’t written off the prospect of the left-back playing for his parent club again even though he appears to have fallen out with the club chairman and manager.
Asked by Football Insider if Rose has played his last game for Tottenham, Brown replied: “With what he’s said, he’s got a year left, so he’s back in the building soon. Do the club, do the supporters say: ‘Well you’ve left us on loan, you can go?’
“It looks like the fallout was with Daniel Levy and now Jose Mourinho.
“But if there’s no left-back and you’re still paying him, he’s going to play games. How long’s Mourinho there, that’s your question.
“Mourinho has proven with Eriksen, contract, no contract, whatever you’ve said
to anyone, if he feels like he’s going to pick you, he’ll just pick you.”
Rose joined Newcastle after losing his starting place at Tottenham.
He is out of contract at the Londoners in the summer of 2021 and has claimed he’s been told by Levy he will not get an extension.