Rose forgiven by Pochettino after apology over his blast at Spurs

Hope Soto
August 13, 2017

The England global Rose revealed on Thursday that the North London club need to pay their players higher wages as well as sign more well-known players if they wish to improve.

You've got a £50m budget to pick 11 players, with all the biggest new signings ready and raring to go ahead of a mouthwatering new Premier League campaign.

Like Manchester City did for Kyle Walker, Chelsea are willing to double Danny Rose's current wages, which really isn't that outrageous of an offer considering Spurs' current wage structure.

"If you remember four years ago, the people say, 'Who is Mauricio Pochettino?' I'm sure they used Google or Chrome!"

Tottenham have seen their lack of transfer activity questioned from inside their own camp of late, with England worldwide Danny Rose admitting that he expected more from the club.

He said: "Having had time to consider my actions, I acknowledge now that the timing and manner of what I said was ill-judged".

But it's transfer windows like this one that raise the ire of supporters and further Levy's other reputation for being a tough negotiating, penny-pinching miser who doesn't listen to supporters and who won't just open up the pocketbooks and sign good players.

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Pochettino revealed that he plans to speak to Rose on Saturday, claiming "it will not be a problem", and is certain he will remain at White Hart Lane. If we cannot, (then we'll get) another one and make sure they can give us something different.

Q Would you prefer if Spurs won the Champions League or Premier League?

"It's a big challenge for us", the Argentine told TalkSport on Wednesday.

Kane has scored 20 goals in his last 15 Premier League games against newly promoted sides - three of his six top-flight hat-tricks have been against newly promoted teams (Leicester in 2014-15, Bournemouth in 2015-16 and Hull last season).

Last season, they had Chelsea in their sights in the closing weeks before an FA Cup semi-final loss to the Blues triggered a stumble that saw them finish seven points behind the champions. Danny Rose, the English left back, urged his club to start spending in an interview with The Sun.

"To make Wembley home and change the fans' perception and feel in the end that Wembley can help us to be better and achieve our dream - it's a big, big job". This is more a problem for me, he's our player. We need a club hero who we can call our own! Spurs may retain the overall best starting XI of last year's Premier League, but they haven't done a thing to improve it.

"I'm relaxed because when you see the team and players they are so focused", he added.

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