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Danny Rose issues apology to Tottenham after questioning Spurs' transfer policy

12 August 2017

Their preparations have been dented somewhat by full-back Danny Rose's controversial comments - for which he offered an apology on Friday - after he hinted that he might have to leave the club to win the trophies he craves.

The England worldwide told The Sun on the eve of the new season that "I know my worth and I will make sure I get what I am worth", and implored the board to sign "world-class players" and "not players you have to google and say, 'who's that?'".

The issue of Tottenham's wage structure is still seen as troubling to a club desperate to compete with the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal.

"When you sign players like Eric Dier, who are internationals today, nobody knew. or Dele Alli who was in League One or Kante", Pochettino said.

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Over the last five seasons Tottenham have completed 47% of their business after the regular season has begun, yet they have improved on their position from the previous campaign in each of the last three years.

My words were not meant to offend and for that I would like to apologise to the chairman, manager, my team mates and the fans.

"We have some of them, but I don't think we will have too many new faces on the pitch, because we don't have too many, to be fair", he said. "Of course", Pochettino said of Rose.

It is hard when you have a good team and a clear philosophy and the plan you want to follow, it is not easy to find the right profile [of player].

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Boss Mauricio Pochettino has faced scrutiny for his limited squad choices after the manager failed to sign any new players during the summer transfer window.

"I don't understand why now it's a big issue when before it wasn't".

"We have a very confident team who are ready to challenge again for a big season, but it's true we have the responsibility to try to provide some new energy every season".

Pochettino is adamant Tottenham, who finished second last season, will make signings despite their lack of progress in the transfer market so far. "We're going to strengthen our squad and sign some players who can help us fight".

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Danny Rose issues apology to Tottenham after questioning Spurs' transfer policy