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Danny Rose is expected to stay at Tottenham after “heart-to-heart talks” with Mauricio Pochettino, according to The Mirror.

The left-back was heavily criticised earlier this month following an interview with The Sun newspaper in which he criticised the club’s transfer policy and claimed he could be earning more elsewhere.

Rose apologised for his comments and Pochettino has suggested the situation is water under the bridge as far as he is concerned.

The Mirror believes Rose and Pochettino smoothed things over during a long chat at Spurs’ training ground.

As a result, the 27-year-old will stay with the club despite interest from Manchester United and Chelsea.

Rose is currently sidelined with a knee injury, and it remains to be seen whether he will walk straight back into the team when he returns — my guess is he won’t.

His competition, Ben Davies, started his season in the best possible way with a goal against Newcastle on the opening weekend.

 

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  1. Davies is an excellent replacement for Rose but that is was he is a replacement for when Danny is injured. Yesterday’s game was crying out for a winger with Danny’s pace to take on Chelsea on the left. It would have probably have given Tripps confidence to bomb down the right himself which he seemed reluctant to do all afternoon except once when he got in behind and put in a first time cross which Kane will be more in tune to later on in the season. Gutted I was yesterday – all that work to get the equaliser only for Hugo to throw it away with TWO errors. Not like him at all. But it hurts all the more it happening against Chelsea again at Wembley.

  2. Ben Davies did not start his deason in the best possible way beacause he is unwilling to take players on and get in behinde. And btw a goal for a defender is not the best fing he can do.

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