Danny Rose is no more a source of issue for Mauricio Pochettino.
The Tottenham manager has straightforwardly declared that he only wants players in his team who are fully dedicated to giving their 100 per cent, and the rest are free to leave when the transfer window reopens in January.
Rose, 27, has expressed his desire to move from Wembley in search of play-time, and was also reportedly upset regarding his wages. Thereafter, the Argentine-manager has asked chairman Daniel Levy to cut the defender loose.
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The £65,000-a-week earning left-back has not been on good terms with his 45-year-old boss since the start of the season, and has been unable to find a place in the playing XI.
Reports also suggest that the Tottenham gaffer has already instructed his scouts to find a better replacement for the left-back position.
Last season, England right-back Kyle Walker faced similar situation at Wembley, and later that summer, he was allowed to leave for Manchester City for a whooping £53 million.
Written by Himangshu Das
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