Tottenham fans will be questioning the injury update of this crucial player
By Amir Mir
Tottenham defender Danny Rose is participating in “some aspects” of training ahead of the Arsenal clash on Sunday.
The club confirmed the news about the 26-year-old on Friday afternoon as he has not featured for his side since January.
Rose has been out of action since injuring his knee during the goalless draw at Sunderland over three months ago.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) April 28, 2017
He looked set to return for the north London derby at the weekend as he could now miss the match because of a lack of training.
Fans will be questioning his injury update because they have received mixed news on when he is set to return.
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Prior to his injury, left-back Rose was a crucial player to Mauricio Pochetino’s team, where he was able to provide a threat in attack added with solidity in defence.
During his absence, Wales international Ben Davies has filled that role as he has become more confident in playing that wing-back role.
However, Davies is unable to provide the attacking threat that Rose has been delivering throughout the season but his confidence has grown, game by game.
Over the course of the campaign, Rose has played 21 matches in all competitions for his side, scoring two goals and supplying four assists.
He has played 18 league matches and with five games of the season remaining, he will be hoping to help his team secure an unlikely Premier League title.
After the Arsenal match at the weekend, West Ham and Manchester United await Pochettino’s team.