The defender’s future has been confirmed after apologising to his team-mates for criticising the club
The England left-back hit the headlines recently after slamming the club in an exclusive interview with SunSport.
Once he has recovered from his injury, Rose will be hoping to return to the Tottenham first-team squad
Mauricio Pochettino is keen to keep the left-back at White Hart Lane
Despite Rose‘s feelings of being under-valued and misunderstood at the North London outfit, the club has no intention of selling him this summer.
The injury-ridden defender did not feature in Tottenham’s 2-0 victory against Newcastle.
Rose was fined £130,000 by Spurs after criticising club’s lack of signings this summer during the explosive interview.
The 27-year-old has attracted interest from Manchester United and Chelsea following his controversy.
Shortly after the interview, Rose issued a sincere apology to his teammates.
After missing six months out due to injury, the defender is keen to return to first-team action this season.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho voiced his interest in the left-back
Antonio Conte labelled Rose a target for the Blues this summer
Spurs have kicked off their Premier League campaign in style, despite the lack of summer signings.
Goals from Dele Alli and Ben Davies secured three points at St James’ Park for Pochettino’s men on Sunday.
Rose joined Tottenham in 2007 from Leeds United for a fee of £1million.
The long-serving left-back has featured in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year for the past two seasons.
Rose was fined two weeks wages for his comments during an exclusive SunSport interview
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