Danny Rose has once again been speaking about his last few months at Tottenham Hotspur before completing his loan move to Newcastle United.
The England international was a regular for Spurs for many years, playing 214 games for them across all competitions, scoring 10 goals and providing 29 assists in that time (Transfermarkt).
However, he found his opportunities in north London limited following the arrival of Jose Mourinho last November. Indeed, he started just one Premier League match under the Portuguese which was against Liverpool in early January (Transfermarkt) before making the temporary switch to Tyneside.
According to @LastWordOnSpurs, when reflecting on his last few months at Spurs, Rose admitted that he knew he would be leaving the club as soon as Mauricio Pochettino was sacked and replaced by Mourinho.
“I saw me going as soon as Mauricio lost his job. I wish Jose the best of luck,” said Rose.
Will Danny Rose ever play for Tottenham again?
Plenty of Spurs fans have been reacting to the 29-year-old’s comments, with most admitting that they are fed up of hearing from the defender and suggesting he should just focus on Newcastle from now on. Here is what some said on Twitter…
I really liked him but when can he stop talking about us and focusing on his new challenge?
— Sandro (@Sandro_GLC18) February 23, 2020
I admire the effort he gave, much like Eriksen but I’m sick of hearing his name. Hes no more at spurs so no longer interested.
— Dave Ramshaw (@RamshawDave) February 23, 2020
— Simon Tilbury (@SimonTilbury) February 23, 2020
Attention seeker. Got serious issues.
— Jide (@JideHowardChase) February 24, 2020
— Tonetek (@Tonetek1) February 23, 2020
Is he still taking …. Seriously never heard anyone talk so much !
— Cos1882 (@CNK82) February 23, 2020
Is he still talking?! You might’ve thought that he’d focus on Newcastle!
— Jane (@Janemcd17) February 23, 2020
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