Danny Rose is now Tottenham’s longest-serving player, having joined from Leeds 12 years ago back in 2007.
Since then, Danny has gone on a journey with Spurs fans as a main fixture in the defence through various managers.
As Tottenham have risen from European wannabes to Champions League regulars and even finalists, Rose has been there the entire time.
The left-back has now played over 200 games for the Lilywhites (Wikipedia), scoring 10 goals in that time including an incredible debut volley against Arsenal.
However, it was reported in the summer that Rose may have been on his way out of the club, with there even being claims of a deadline day trip to the Watford training ground (The Athletic).
Despite this, Danny Rose remains a Tottenham player, and from his recent comments, it sounds as if some of the stories written were far from the truth.
As usual, Danny does not beat around the bush when it comes to his Spurs situation (Mirror): “It wasn’t tough, it is what it is. Everything that was publicised in the summer was not entirely true and I think in the future I will have my say on everything that happened but I don’t want to focus on negativity at the minute.
“I can’t lie, I am very happy, but I just want to say that everything that was written in the summer wasn’t entirely true.”
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