By Harvey Byrne
Long-term injured star Danny Rose has returned to full training ahead of Tottenham’s clash with Manchester United on Sunday.
The 26-year-old left-back has not played for the north London club since leaving the pitch on the 38th minute during a 0-0 draw with Sunderland on 31 January.
Many consider him to have been a huge loss for the current Spurs side with Rose proving vital in Mauricio Pochettino’s wing-back formation before his injury.
Fans have also been long awaiting his comeback and although the official Tottenham Twitter account revealed on Friday that he was in full training, it also told that Rose is not yet match fit and will continue to be monitored.
TEAM NEWS: Danny Rose (knee) – Continues to be monitored, having returned to full training earlier this week but is not yet match fit. pic.twitter.com/Zh1tRbBMMY
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) May 12, 2017
Tottenham are currently preparing for their final ever game at White Hart Lane which will see them take on Manchester United on Sunday.
Fans will have been eager for the club to have been able to field a full strength side as they aim to leave their famous home with an equally famous victory.
However, without Rose it is likely that Tottenham will once again line-up with Wales international Ben Davies in the left-back role and he will be hoping to put in another solid display in the England international’s absence.
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