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Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has told Danny Rose to keep his opinions about Spurs’ transfer business to himself.




Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has told Danny Rose to keep his opinions about Spurs’ transfer business to himself.

Rose is set for showdown talks with Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino after criticising the club’s transfer policy in an incendiary interview with the Sun, in which he also made clear his demand to get paid his “worth”.

The 27-year-old signed a new contract worth £70,000-a-week last year but could earn at least double that sum if he moved to Chelsea or one of the Manchester sides.

But Birmingham boss Redknapp, who handed Rose his first start at Tottenham in 2010, warned the left-back that making signings at Tottenham was not as easy as he had claimed in the interview.

Rose set for Pochettino talks as Tottenham consider stance
“I'm surprised at Danny,” said Redknapp. “Danny is a great lad, an outstanding player, the best left-back in the country in my opinion. I don't know why he's said that really, it's up to the manager and the owners whether they spend money really, and buy players.

“It's a difficult club to buy players at because their starting XI is so good I don't know if you were trying to sign a player what you would say to him? 'Come to Tottenham', and the player says 'I'm a striker where do you see me playing', and you say 'on the bench really because we've got Harry Kane'.

“A No 10? 'We've got Dele Alli'.

“I don't know where they can improve the team so all they can do is bring squad players in.

“When everyone is fit I think they're the best starting XI in the country.”


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