Danny Rose says Tottenham career is over with one year left on deal

‘It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that my days are numbered’: Danny Rose believes his Tottenham career is all but over and he is ‘playing for his future’ at Newcastle

  • Danny Rose says he would like to sign for Newcastle on a permanent basis
  • The Tottenham left-back currently has 12 months left on his contract at Spurs
  • Though he fears his days under manager Jose Mourinho at Spurs are numbered
  • Rose also has his sights set on returning to international football so needs to play

Danny Rose has revealed he would like to sign for Newcastle on a permanent basis as he fears his days at Spurs are numbered.

The Tottenham left-back has 12 months left on his contract at Spurs but is thought to be surplus to requirements in north London.

Rose has his sights set on returning to international football and worries that a lack of pitch time under Jose Mourinho will hamper his chances.

Danny Rose says he would like to sign for Newcastle United on a permanent basis

He told The Mirror: ‘First and foremost, I am playing for my future.

‘I don’t think I need a bigger motivation than that. I have settled in very well, I love the lads, and staff and the fans.

‘It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that my days are numbered at Spurs. I am playing for my future – no bigger motivation.

‘It is probably the first time in my career I have been in this situation – never have I been down to less than one year on my contract – so it’s a new experience for me.’

Rose explained how Mauricio Pochettino’s departure from Tottenham made life ‘difficult’ for him. 

Rose fears that his days under current Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho, are numbered

Rose says that Mauricio Pochettino’s departure from Tottenham made life ‘difficult’ for him

‘It’s not enjoyable that you are training and you know you’re not going to be playing at the weekend,’ he said. 

‘That’s difficult. When my old manager lost his job, that was pretty much the end for me.

‘I spent November not playing, December not playing, and then I joined here in January. It was very frustrating. I wasn’t needed in the manager’s plans at the moment in Tottenham.’




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