England global Rose was forced to apologise to the club in a statement published shortly before Pochettino's pre-season press conference, after he gave an interview in which he attackedTottenham's rigid pay structure and careful transfer strategy.
Danny Rose's controversial interview with The Sun newspaper, where the England global questioned some of the club's policies left a lot of fans fearing the worst, with regards to the left-back's immediate future.
While it was good to see Pochettino taking half a dozen or so academy players on the first team's preseason tour to the United States, their performances showed they are not yet ready for the demands of competitive Premier League football.
"Sometimes as a player you are frustrated for different reasons". But the players are calm and the club is calm.
"It was his opinion but he understood that he maybe needed to apologise to us".
"I am reaching my peak and have probably only got one big contract left in me", Rose told Britain's The Sun newspaper. "I don't want to compare us with other clubs who have made signings before us in the previous two seasons and we have finished above them". It's not a problem for myself. He's our player. He needs to be focused and try to be fit as soon as possible.
"It's important he's working hard to fix his problems".
"Of course [he has a future at Spurs]". Nothing has changed in my vision or perception here.
In his three years at the club, Pochettino has helped Spurs to a 5th, 3rd and 2nd place finish.
"I'm sure that will happen and we'll add some players before the end of the transfer window". I don't understand why I have to answer this question because the player has [shown] regret and has apologised for that he said regarding everything.
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