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11th Aug, 2017 | 10:51am

Report details stance of Tottenham squad after Rose claims

By Abigail Withey 

Danny Rose’s Tottenham Hotspur team mates are backing the defender after his honest interview was published on Thursday, according to a recent report.

The Times has revealed that the left-back’s fellow squad members are privately supporting the 27-year-old after he spoke openly to The Sun about the wage structure at the north London club.

The newspaper reports that his Spurs team mates are similarly frustrated surrounding the lack of transfer window activity throughout the summer as the club have failed to sign up a single recruit.

It is understood that many of the players frustrations with the club have grown after seeing smaller clubs like Watford and West Ham pay their new recruits almost twice the wages of the Spurs squad.

For example, Watford signing Andre Gray joined the club from Burnley in a £18.5 million deal and will earn around £95,000 per week at the club, while West Ham newbie Marko Arnautovic will earn a £110,000-a-week wage after signing from Stoke City for £25 million.

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Rose remains unlikely to feature for Spurs any time soon, but not because of his comments during the tell-all interview.

The left-back has been out of action with a nasty knee ligament injury since January which will see him sidelined until at least September.

In other Tottenham news, Ian Wright has named more Spurs players than Arsenal in his 2017-18 dream team.

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