Danny Rose set to be left out of Tottenham’s squad in latest blow by Jose Mourinho as England left-back faces sitting out until January… or go on loan to the Championship
Danny Rose is set to be left out of Tottenham Hotspur’s Premier League and Europa League squads as his career under Jose Mourinho hits a dead end.
Having failed to land a move from Spurs ahead of the October 6 deadline this week, Rose could still move to a Championship club before the October 16 domestic deadline.
But if the defender fails to find a move by that date, then it appears there is no chance of him being reintegrated into Tottenham’s first-team squad.
Danny Rose is set to be left out of Tottenham’s Premier League and Europa League squads
Rose’s career under Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has hits a dead end
Clubs must register their updated 25-man squad lists by October 20 and is Rose is not expected to be part of it with the two senior left-back spots given to Sergio Reguilon and Ben Davies, while youngster Dennis Cirkin is also at the club.
Tottenham are also due to announce their Europa League squad that Rose will not be part of, meaning he is facing playing no competitive football if he remains at the club.
Mourinho’s side have made a strong start to the 2020-21 season, picking up seven points from a possible 12 in the Premier League, qualifying for the Europa League group stage and reaching the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
But Rose could still move to a Championship club before the October 16 domestic deadline