Michael Brown believes Danny Rose has played his last game for Tottenham after being snubbed from the Premier League squad.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, the former Spurs and Leeds midfielder admits it is a shame that the 30-year-old is at a stalemate with the club over his future.

As confirmed on the official Premier League website earlier this week, Rose has been left out of Jose Mourinho’s 25-man top-flight squad, while he has also been snubbed from the Europa League squad.

 

Rose has not played for Tottenham since January and was shipped out to Newcastle United on loan for the second half of last season.

Brown believes that only a shock turn of events will see the England international back playing for the north Londoners and admits he is disappointed with the defender’s fall from grace.

Brown told Football Insider: “This is just what happens, we’ve seen it across the way in north London also.

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“It just looks like you’re not going to see him in a Spurs shirt again unless something drastically changes, which is a shame.

“It’s a shame when it gets to that sort of stalemate, that standoff where nothing can be done.” 

Rose has played a total of 214 times across all competitions for Spurs so far, although he only made 16 appearances last season.

He has fallen behind the likes of Ben Davies, Ryan Sessegnon and new signing Sergio Reguilon in the pecking order at left-back.

In other Tottenham news, Mourinho is set to keep two senior stars apart “at all costs” this season.